AX2012 : Removal of suspension of recId allocation for table VendInvoiceInfoTable has failed.

Hi Friends,
Recently working on one environment on AX2012 FP CU4 I got the below error on posting purchase order invoice and the following steps helped to fix the error:

  1. Generate Full CIL
  2. Stop AOS
  3. Delete *.auc files
  4. Start AOS

Before running full CIL, I also tried with generating incremental IL, but that did not helped.

This might not be a sure shot solution but it worked for me.

Keep sharing!!!

5 Replies to “AX2012 : Removal of suspension of recId allocation for table VendInvoiceInfoTable has failed.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Please check your Client Options. If you enabled under development \”Then Beakpoint\” you get this error. Switch to \”No\” and test it.


  2. I have the same problem when I run PurchFormLetter.chooseLines(). Please I'll appreciate an answer.


  3. Hi Rachit,Where s location the *.auc file exist?i have a same error with you. but this error appeared when we will do Product received the PO.Thank you.Regards,Husna


  4. Anonymous says:

    I would like to add how I fixed our issue. Again this worked for me not sure if anyone elseWhen I got the issue, the problem was Can't remove pending? InvoiceOnce you clicked on the Invoice button you ended up with that exact infolog messageThat is oh I ended up here. The recommended fix I could only do one, CILSame results. Then I went in the table VendInvoiceInfoTableFiltered for the PO, then looked for Pending, replaced it with New. ViolaI can open the Invoice form. Took me 2.5 days. I did solve it earlier but didn't know which one of my attempts worked


  5. Anonymous says:

    thank you so much for your info, it helps me to resolve in 2.5mins!


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