"GPS Error: 54", " SQL Error 2601", or "ODBC Error: 2300" when running Fixed Assets to GL Posting after upgrading to Dynamics GP 2013
This article provides a resolution for the error messages that may occur when running Fixed Assets to GL Posting after you upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013.
Applies to: Microsoft Dynamics GP
Original KB number: 2930489
After migrating to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, you receive all of the following error messages when running GL Posting:
An error occurred executing the SQL Statements.
GPS Error: 54
SQL Error: 2601 [Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 10.0][SQL Server]Cannot insert duplicate key row in object 'dbo.FA00905' with unique index 'AK2FA00905'. The duplicate key value is (120151(.
ODBC Error: 23000
This issue has not been able to be recreated in-house, and therefore no cause has been identified to date. However, all customers experiencing this have just upgraded to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013. The problem itself deals with the new functionality added to the FA00905 where, when any data is brought into this table by selecting Process in the GL Posting window, the data should have the
GLINTBTCHNUM field in the FA00905 table populated with the FATRX Batch ID that was showing in the GL Posting window prior to selecting Process. For this issue, the
GLINTBTCHNUM field in the FA00905 is blank for the transactions added into this table.
To resolve this issue, you need to remove the corrupted data from the FA00905 table where the
GLINTBTCHNUM is blank. If you test the usage of this table in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, you will see the
GLINTBTCHNUM field for the records in the FA00905 table is populated with the Batch ID from the GL Posting window at the time Process was clicked.
To view the corrupted records, run the following select statement against the company database in SQL Server Management Studio:
select * from FA00905 where GLINTBTCHNUM = '' /*two single apostrophes denote a blank entry*/
If the records returned in step 2 are all damaged records and need to be removed, run the following delete statement against the company database in SQL Server Management Studio:
delete FA00905 where GLINTBTCHNUM = '' /*two single apostrophes denote a blank entry*/
Now rerun the GL Posting process and the issue should be resolved.