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E1: ORCH: Passing Dynamic Input Values to the Business Function Call is Not Working (Doc ID 2988758.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2023

Applies to:

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


Business function call from orchestration is not returning the correct output when passing dynamic input values. It works as expected when adding a default value. Issue is not specific to any one business function and it can be replicated using any standard business functions like X00022, for example.

Depending on the business function being called, the results/error might vary. X00022 call was generating the below error message when running the corresponding orchestration.

"message": {
    "BSFN_Get Next Unique Key ID": {
      "errorLevel": 1,
      "glossaryText": "CAUSE . . . .  The record being processed has invalid object type.\n               If the data field is expecting a table name then you cannot\n               enter a application or report name.\nRESOLUTION. .  Enter a correct application or table name.\n               Note: All applications has object type equal to \"APPL\"\n                     All reports has object type equal to \"UBE\"\n                     All tables has object type equal to \"TBLE\"\n",
      "alphaDescription": "Error: Object Name Invalid",
      "szerror": "032T",
      "lineNumber": 227,
      "fileName": "x00022.c"

Steps to replicate:

  1. Login to the orchestrator studio
  2. Create a Custom Request -->Business Function to call the business function - X00022
  3. Pass a variable for the input
  4. Create orchestration for the above custom request
  5. Run the orchestration by passing a valid value for the input variable


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