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Using eConnect to insert/update RMA's and serial line items

Using eConnect to insert/update RMA's and serial line items

Using eConnect to insert/update RMA's and serial line items

I am using econnect to insert and update RMA's and am receiving the following error when inserting a new serial number. It keeps referring to specifying something that already is specified, in this case SVC_Original_Serial, I set it and in my code I also set SVC_Original_SerialSpecified = true;
I am wanting to create a custom receiving app to receive the serial number items in. I created one already and got one to receive in but when I try to receive another in I get the following error.

Sql procedure error codes returned:
Error Number = 10024 Stored Procedure= taFSRMALineSerial Error Description = Invalid Original Serial Flag (SVC_Original_Serial) - Value can be 0=No, 1=Yes

Node Identifier Parameters: taFSRMALineSerial

Return_Record_Type = 1


Related Error Code Parameters for Node : taFSRMALineSerial














RE: Using eConnect to insert/update RMA's and serial line items

Found the problem, it helps when you create the object with the proper line count.

taFSRMALineSerial_ItemsTaFSRMALineSerial[] serialitems = new taFSRMALineSerial_ItemsTaFSRMALineSerial[LineCount];
taFSRMALine_ItemsTaFSRMALine[] lineitems = new taFSRMALine_ItemsTaFSRMALine[LineCount];

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