E1: 51: R51800 Needs To Write Messages To Personal In Basket (Doc ID 1666377.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 23, 2015

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Project Costing - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The R51800 needs to be enhanced so that the PPAT BSFN is inserted into this UBE so the UBE sends out standard messages when a job completes successfully or unsuccessfully to the user who ran the reports Personal In Basket.  See the attached  KM Document that address this functionality that is available in other JDE Applications.  E1: RDA: How to Disable the UBE Job Completion Message (Doc ID 645319.1)

The users want to see these messages in their Personal In Basket in the Work Center:
Job R51800 ZJDE0001 Completed Normally
Job R51800 ZJDE0001 Completed With Errors

PPAT Job Completion Message sent by PPAT business function
The message is identified by Workflow Message Data Items LM0021 and LM0022.  It cannot be turned off globally.


Sample Message that are currently working:
Job R09801 ZJDE0001 Completed Normally
Job R09801 ZJDE0001 Completed With Errors

PPAT Job Completion Message
The PPAT Job Completion Messages use the Data Dictionary Workflow Message Data Items LM0021 - Job Report, Version Completed Normally and LM0022 - Job Report, Version Completed With Errors.


NOTE: The UBESendMessage setting does NOT apply to Messages created by PPAT business functions. These two messages are sent by one of the PPAT business functions B0100011-Proccess batch errors to the JDEM system to the Personal In Basket queue in the Work Center. The PPAT business function B0100011- Proccess batch errors to the JDEM system already has a call to the ubeReport_DisableSendMessage API to disable the default job completion messages (LM0033/LM0034) sent by the UBE engine. When UBE standard reports, such as R09801 and R42520, call the PPAT business functions (B0100011, B0100025, BLMxxxx), multi-level error messages are sent to the Personal In Basket queue in Work Center to show any detailed error information. Therefore, it is not recommended to disable the event rules that call the PPAT business functions in any standard report. Doing so will not send the appropriate error message in Work Center when the report does not complete normally.

Cause

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