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E1: UDO: "Object Retrieval Failure" Error or "Import Failed" Error while attempting to Approve Share Delivered UDOs (Doc ID 2091975.1)

Last updated on MARCH 09, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Scenario 1:

Object Retrieval Failure error while sharing delivered UDOs [User Defined Objects] after fresh install 9.2.

1. Open P98220U and filter on Pending Promote for UDOs, for sample One View reports / E1Pages / Grid Format etc
2. Approve/Share the delivered object.


NOTE: This "Object Retrieval Failure" error could also occur when using the P98220W - Object Management Workbench Web application to share OVR reports.


Scenario 2:

Import Failed Error while sharing delivered UDOs [One View Reports] for

  1. Open P98220U and filter on Pending Promote for OVR, for sample OVR03B2022A_0000000154JDE
  2. Approve/Share the delivered object.
  3. Note the error  160WOE  "Import Failed"



Scenario 3:

When trying to share OVRs, it fails with Object Retrieval Failure error on-screen and below error is observed in e1root log:

Scenario 5:

When attempting to approve a personal form at Status 05 (Pending Approval) created in the same environment (it was not promoted), the following error is generated:

Object Retrieval Failure

ER Details:
  Form : P98220U_W98220UA
  Control ID = 50
  Control Title = Approve/Share
  Event = Button clicked
  Line No = 49
  Error ID = 130B

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Access P98220U
2. Select a personal form at status 05 (Pending Approval) and request to publish (select/check the object and select Row > Approve / Share)
3. Object Retrieval Failure (130B) is generated.



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