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E1: XMLP: Batch Versions - Default Report Definition Blank / Error "Duplicate Keys not allowed" (Doc ID 2774799.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 28, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Symptom A

When viewing the associated Report Definition (RD) for a version from Batch Versions, Default Report Definition is blank even though the required record is in F983052.

When trying to update the Report Definition name, it fails with the error - "Duplicate Keys not allowed.".  It is just a display issue and does not really impact the Report Definition functionality. 

Steps to replicate:
1. <Bug 31893853> ESU_JN18736 was applied
2. Fastpath BV
3. Look up R43500
4. Select the version XJDE0011. Goto Row exit - Version Detail
5. Access Form Exit - Report Definition from Version Detail Screen
6. Report Definition is blank even though the required record is in F983052

    

   
 

7. Click the visual assist for Report Definition and select the Report Definition from the Search and Select form
8. Click OK button to save. Duplicate keys error.

   
 

Symptom B

After applying <Bug 32852170> ESU_JN19226_8/31/21, Default RD shows up in P98305S|W98305SA :

• Click OK without changing existing RD. Error - "Duplicate Keys not allowed".

• Cannot update existing RD with a different RD. Error - "Duplicate Keys not allowed".

Steps to replicate:
1. Ensure ESU for <Bug 32852170> was applied
2. Fastpath BV
3. Look up R704001
4. Select the version XJDE0002. Goto Row exit - Version Detail
5. Access Form Exit - Report Definition from Version Detail Screen
6. Report Definition show up
7. Click OK without changing existing RD, Error: Duplicate Keys not allowed
8. Click on the visual assist and select a different RD from the Search and Select form
9. Click OK on P98305S|W98305SA. Error: Duplicate Keys not allowed. 

Changes

Symptom A
Applied <Bug 31893853> ESU_JN18736.

Symptom B
Applied <Bug 32852170> ESU_JN19226_8/31/21.

Cause

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