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E1: ORCH: Calling Second Application/Form from Single Service Request Issues Error Message (Doc ID 2625440.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 06, 2020

Applies to:

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


We have created an orchestration for returning an item's price (from P4074) and the availability (from P41202). First we created a Form Service request that opens P4074, populates necessary fields and returns the Item Prices. Then created a new orchestration and called the service request and it works fine when testing the orchestration the item price is returned OK.

Then edited the service request and added an additional application, P41202 after P4074 in the Service Request for returning the Item availability. We populated the form fields, clicked find and return the availability from the grid.  Application Stack is enabled.

When we retest the orchestration the below error message is issued.


"message" : "ServiceRequest SR_GetPriceAndAvailability: Message: App Stack
Form Exception Expecting Form P41202_W41202A Resulting Form
P4074_W4074D_ZJDE0001  {\"fs_P4074_W4074D\":{\"title\":\"Check Price and
Availability\",\"data\":{\"z_UPRC_44\":{\"title\":\"Amount - Price per
  "exception" : "Exception",
  "timeStamp" : "2019-10-11T13:24:10.868+0200",
  "userDefinedErrorText" : "",
  "type" : "application"

It seems that the service request does not like the 2nd application being called. However if a multi-application service request is being recorded from the Process Recorder and the different applications are accessed from e.g. form/row exits, it works.

Opening P41202 from P4074 using the Form Exit works without any problem, but we want to open P41202 independently without using the form exit. We don't want to depend on the first application call has an existing interconnect to the second application. Is that possible?




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