E1: 41: UCC128 - Entering U.P.C. Code Returns the Error ‘Invalid character in input string’ (093B)
(Doc ID 2775171.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 16, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When attempting to enter the U.P.C. Code on the Item Master Storage and Shipping Screen (P4101 Form W4101D) the system returns a hard error.
‘Invalid character in input string’ (093B).
CAUSE. . . . .A non-digit and non-blank character or a non-leading blank was found in the input UCC Code string being processing for UCC128 check digit calculation and/or verification.
RESOLUTION . .The input UCC Code must contain only digits and leading blanks.
The error is returned by business function CalculateandValidateCheckDigit (B4201580.c) on line 180 of the code.
The steps leading to the error are illustrated below:
In UDC 41/UC the 7 Digit Manufacturer’s Company Number has been populated.
The Item does not have a U.P.C. Code populated on the Item Master Storage and Shipping Screen (P4101 Form W4101D).
The user populates the 7 Digit Manufacturer’s Company Number in the UCC Code field and clicks the Green checkmark hoping that the remaining digits of the U.P.C. Code field will be automatically filled in by the program.
The system responds with the error ‘Invalid character in input string’ (093B). The error is returned by business function CalculateanValidateCheckDigit (B4201580.c) on line 180 of the code.
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