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Error While Importing ECC Customizing Data - ERP Regions

Hi Experts,

I'm trying to import a XML file that were generated through the Customizing Data Extraction program, ran in SAP ECC.

I'm getting several errors related with the records, more specifically with the NAME tag.

The strange part is that two very similar records result in different behaviours, one gets imported while the other one isn't.

I've attached a print screen of two different records, the first one is an example or record that is to being imported.

Tue Nov 20 15:44:26 BRST 2012
..Failed: object 21: This field is required and must have a valid value. [DISPLAY_NAME]. Tue Nov 20 15:44:26 BRST 2012
# This field is required and must have a valid value. [NAME]. Tue Nov 20 15:44:26 BRST 2012
# This field is required and must have a valid value. [NAME]. Tue Nov 20 15:44:26 BRST 2012
..Record 21. Warning: An error was encountered in column NAME which had the value null: No value was provided as default Tue Nov 20 15:44:26 BRST 2012
..Record 21. Warning: An error was encountered in column DESCRIPTION which had the value null: No value was provided as

Tue Nov 20 15:44:27 BRST 2012
..Updated object number 22. Capital Federal Tue Nov 20 15:44:27 BRST 2012
..Record 22. Warning: An error was encountered in column NAME which had the value null: No value was provided as default Tue Nov 20 15:44:27 BRST 2012
..Record 22. Warning: An error was encountered in column DESCRIPTION which had the value null: No value was provided as

Any toughts on what this could be?

Thanks

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2012 at 07:55 AM

    Hi Robert,

    Just check that the languages have been set up properly in CLM system. From what I see, you are using language 'PT' .. This should be set up in the CLM system .

    let me know if this works ..

    Harmeet.

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      Hi Harmeet,

      I've 3 language packs installed (English, Portuguese and Spanish) on the system.

      I think that the import error is not related to the language of the records, since all of them are in portuguese and some gets successfully imported and others results in error.

      Thanks.


      Regards,

      Robert

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2013 at 08:18 AM

    Hi Robert,

    We have the same problem. How did you solve it?

    Regards,

    Luis Palmeiro

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  • Posted on Aug 26, 2013 at 04:17 PM

    Hi Robert,

    maybe it's the dash in the name "GENERICO - IMPORTACA". Could you try to import it with out the dash, i.e. "GENERICO IMPORTACA" and see what happens?

    Regards,

    Karsten

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2013 at 01:57 PM

    Hi Everyone,

    We solve it by changing the xml file:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><sapesourcing defaultlanguage=""

    we change for

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><sapesourcing defaultlanguage="PT"

    (PT - Portuguese)

    And it works...

    Regards

    Luis Palmeiro

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