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Unable To Import Customer due to an error (BPEL fault) (Doc ID 2094264.1)

Last updated on MARCH 26, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Sales Cloud Service - Version to [Release 1.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, Customer Import

When attempting to import customers using FBDI the following error occurs:

----------------------- faultName: {{}OdiFault} messageType: {{}BPELBulkImportFaultMessage} parts: {{ part= Request 33340 - FoundationBulkImportProcess_HZ_IMPORT_MATCH - ERROR - Request run resulted in an ERROR }


Follow the below steps to import the data correctly:
- Download latest template file from OER (applicable of specific version of application)
- Review Information section (first worksheet) and only populate data in respective worksheet that is applicable for you.
- Create a FRESH Batch using TCA Data Import UI (Navigator -> Customer Data Management -> Data Import)
- Obtain Batch Id from TCA Data Import UI
- Open Excel template downloaded from Fusion OER for Release 8
- Change Batch Id in every worksheet with new Batch Id created in the Data Import UI
- Maintain data integrity (link of Original system references between worksheets)
- Generate .zip file
- Upload the .zip file to UCM using 'File Import and Export' to 'fin/receivables/import' account
- Run Load Interface File for Import using the below parameters
Import Process: Import Trading Community Data in Bulk
Data File: <Select the .zip file uploaded>
- Review log files for Program "Load Interface File for Import" and make sure all rows are loaded correctly. If any has errors, review errors.
- Once data is loaded successfully, go to Data Import UI (Navigator -> Customer Data Management -> Data Import), select the batch and perform Action -> Import for the specific Batch.


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