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Cf Synch Failure On Nav Force Return, Error On Glib Single View Derived Questions (Doc ID 1291829.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 19, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Clinical - Version 4.6.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


While attempting to access derived questions through the global library

PROBLEM DESCRIPTION: instead of accessing any derived question “Single view” a message is presented

Domain must be entered for DVG and Alpha DVG Domain.



(There is no DVG (Discrete Value Group) associated with any of these questions.

Upon continuation another message is presented,


56 Unexpected error: TrapPackageFailure: CF synch failure on nav force return



After hitting OK, Oracle becomes locked up. When entering a Domain on these questions, and selecting save, it removes the domain.

ERROR MESSAGES:

1) Domain must be entered for DVG (Discrete Value Group) and Alpha DVG (Discrete Value Group) Domain
2) 56 Unexpected error: TrapPackageFailure: CF synch failure on nav force return

NAVIGATION:

1. Oracle Clinical: Glib > Questions > Questions
   - Press F7, and have Derived? checkbox checked.
   - Press F8

2. Select Question=COUNTS, and click on Single button.
   - Forms message is presented:

         FRM-40202- Field must be entered shows up.  

   - Click OK Button.
   - Another Forms message is presented:

          56: Unexpected Error: TrapPackageFailure:CFSynch: failure on nav force val. return.
 
   - Click OK button

     The message shows at the bottom line of the left-hand side application:

         FRM-40100 At first record

   -Click on Help > Display error

     The message shows up at the bottom line of the left-hand side application:

         FRM-40202- Field must be entered.



This behavior appears to be consistent whenever a derived question is involved.

Changes

 

Cause

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