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E1: BSFN: How to Interpret Return Code 2 in JDEDEBUG Log and jdeCallObject() (Doc ID 1333225.1)

Last updated on MAY 25, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked relevance on Apr-16-2013


Purpose

This note is to answer possible question you may have in analyzing JDEDEBUG log based on return code in it.

For instance, the summary file which is resulted from Performance Workbench may show as below,

BSFN counts:
-----------
BSFNs returning '1','2','3', or '99':
====================================
APSXPIPOIntegration                            returned '2'       3 of 3 calls
B3003130                                               returned '2'       3 of 12 calls
CallOPProcurementBSSV                       returned '2'        3 of 3 calls
CommitMultiplesAuditHistory                  returned '1'       3 of 3 calls
F41291ReadWriteLandedCostJobs           returned '2'        2 of 18 calls
F41291RevLandedCostCache                  returned '1'       1 of 1 calls
F4211SalesOrderAgreementCache          returned '2'        3 of 4 calls
F43121ZGetReceiverCache               returned '2'      7 of 10 calls
GetBranchConstants                               returned '2'          3 of 9 calls
GetEnvironmentValue                             returned '2'         6 of 29 calls
GetF46L001Records                               returned '2'         7 of 7 calls
LotProcessing                                        returned '1'        3 of 3 calls
ProcessF49T311Data                             returned '2'        3 of 6 calls
RetrieveF4095Cache                              returned '1'         2 of 2 calls
RetrieveF4096Cache                              returned '1'         2 of 2 calls
VerifyAndGetItemCostComponent          returned '2'        2 of 3 calls


This trouble shooting notes may guide you how to interpret return code in JDEDEBUG log.

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