Error creating incoming payment. (ODBC -2035)

The error that I get while creating an incoming payment is:
This entry already exists in the following tables (ODBC -2035)
Here is the code:
public static bool CreatePayment()
       DateTime now = DateTime.Now;
       Payments pmt = (Payments) m_company.GetBusinessObject(BoObjectTypes.oIncomingPayments);
            pmt.ApplyVAT = BoYesNoEnum.tYES;
            pmt.CardCode = invoice.CardCode;
            pmt.CardName = invoice.CardName;
            pmt.CashSum = 0;
            pmt.ContactPersonCode = invoice.ContactPersonCode;
            pmt.DocCurrency = invoice.DocCurrency;
            pmt.DocDate = now;
            pmt.TaxDate = now;
            pmt.DocRate = 0;
            pmt.LocalCurrency = BoYesNoEnum.tYES;
            pmt.DocType = BoRcptTypes.rCustomer;
            pmt.HandWritten = BoYesNoEnum.tNO;
            pmt.JournalRemarks = "journal remarks";
            pmt.Remarks = "remarks";
            pmt.Reference1 = baseEntry.ToString();
            pmt.TransferSum = 0;
            // invoice
            pmt.Invoices.AppliedFC = 0;
            pmt.Invoices.DocEntry = baseEntry;
            pmt.Invoices.DocLine = 0;
            pmt.Invoices.InvoiceType = BoRcptInvTypes.it_Invoice;
            pmt.Invoices.SumApplied = amount;
            // credit card
            pmt.CreditCards.AdditionalPaymentSum = 0;
            pmt.CreditCards.CardValidUntil = Util.CCDateToDateTime(cardExpirationDate);        
            pmt.CreditCards.CreditCard = bp.CreditCardCode;
           pmt.CreditCards.CreditCardNumber = ccNumber;
            pmt.CreditCards.CreditSum = amount;
            pmt.CreditCards.CreditType = BoRcptCredTypes.cr_InternetTransaction;
            pmt.CreditCards.FirstPaymentDue = now;
            pmt.CreditCards.FirstPaymentSum = amount;
            pmt.CreditCards.NumOfCreditPayments = 1;
            pmt.CreditCards.NumOfPayments = 1;
            // there's a record in OCRP  (credit card payment methods)   
            pmt.CreditCards.PaymentMethodCode = 1;
            if (pmt.Add() != 0)
                int errCode;
                string errMsg;
                m_company.GetLastError(out errCode, out errMsg);
                // here errMsg is "This entry already exists in the following tables (ODBC -2035)"
                return false;
            return true;
I had 53 records in ORCT (incoming payments) but the next number in NNM1 and ONNM was 1. So I assumed that it was wrong and tried to set NNM1.NextNumber and ONNM.AutoKey to 54 for ObjectCode = 24 (Incoming payment).
The error remained the same. Then I removed all records from ORCT and its subordinate tables RCT1, RCT2, RCT3,.... and changed the next number back to 1.
The error is still: "This entry already exists in the following tables (ODBC -2035)".
Do you have any ideas what may cause the above error and how I can get more info which is the entry that already exists and in which table?
The code above works on another company (database).
Thanks.
Svilen

Thanks Alexey,
Please note that I have manually modified SBO tables once the problem appeared not before. I do not know how receipt numbers got out of sync.
I also find the message "This entry already exist in the following
tables" without actually specifying any table, strange, the least.
The SDK is not particularly good and the samples in the help file are outdated and therefore wrong.

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