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Error #47, substring reference out of string

Error #47, substring reference out of string

Error #47, substring reference out of string

Team - I am getting this error message in file IM1CYB.SOA (Error 47 in program IMWMBB at line 10635)
I was creating a Sales Kit. I added a /C as a line item at the end and this is how the error started. Anyone has any ideas how to fix this?
David M.

RE: Error #47, substring reference out of string

What version are you on? This was first reported 6 years ago. I believe it was fixed in later versions. Here was the post in Sage City concerning the error.

Has anyone seen this error at all? The error occurs when starting to enter a comment for a sales kit, but instead of finishing the comment by clicking okay. If you scroll upward through the other line items, and then click okay for the comment, the error occurs? I've found the only way to remove the error is by going into DFDM, and modifying the IMO record for the /C? You have to change the /C to an actual item in inventory to get the system to release the error. Then the sales kit can be modified again. The item I entered and be deleted? Any advise besides the obvious?

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