Stored procedure doesn't exist error when running an integration via a Dynamics GP eConnect destination adapter
This article provides a resolution for the issue that you can't run an integration by using a Microsoft Dynamics GP eConnect destination adapter in Integration Manager for Microsoft Dynamics GP due to an eConnect error.
Applies to: Microsoft Dynamics GP
Original KB number: 951775
When you try to run an integration by using a Microsoft Dynamics GP eConnect destination adapter in Integration Manager for Microsoft Dynamics GP, you receive the following error message:
DOC X ERROR: eConnect error - The stored procedure procedure_name doesn't exist.
In this error message, procedure_name is a placeholder for the name of the eConnect SQL stored procedure that is used in the integration.
This problem occurs because the user account that is specified in the eConnect 10 for Microsoft Dynamics GP Microsoft COM+ component does not have the required permissions for the Microsoft Dynamics GP databases in Microsoft SQL Server.
The user account that is specified in the eConnect 10 for Microsoft Dynamics GP COM+ component must be a member of the DYNGRP role for the DYNAMICS database and for the company databases in SQL Server. This user account must be a member of the DYNGRP role to have the Execute permission for the required eConnect SQL stored procedures.
To determine which user account is specified in the eConnect 10 for Microsoft Dynamics GP COM+ component, follow these steps:
Select Start, select Run, type dcomcnfg in the Open box, and then select OK.
In Component Services, expand Component Services, expand Computers, expand My Computer, and then expand COM+ Applications.
Right-click eConnect 10 for Microsoft Dynamics GP, and then select Properties.
Select the Identity tab.
The user account that is configured under This user is the user account that connects to SQL Server.