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ALERT - After April 2018 CPU Patches - TCF Socket Server Error On MRP Define Sourcing Rule Form OR MRP Workbench Pegging Form OR ASCP (aka MSC) Forms (Doc ID 2436685.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 31, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Materials Requirement Planning - Version 12.1.3 and later
Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.1.3 OR 12.2.x

After applying the April 2018 CPU patch 27468057
When attempting to click on view button in MRP Sourcing rule Entry form, (NAV: Purchasing / Supply Base / Sourcing Rules)
OR
When attempting to access the Pegging form in the MRP planner workbench (NAV: Material Planner / MRP [or MPS] / Workbench - drill to Supply/Demand then click Pegging button
OR
any other MRP form that accesses the TCF Socket Server

ERROR
-----------------------
TCF Socket server running on http:/[domain].[port]/OA_HTML was unable to initialize your connection. Please have your system Administrator check the system log files for error.
OR
TCF Socketserver Running At TCF Host was unable to initialize your connection
OR
TCF_UNSUPPORTED_PROTOCOL is shown when opening pegging using MRP workbench.
AND
Note: This TCF issue can also happen in Advanced Supply Chain Planning / Distribution Planning -- aka MSC forms

 

ALSO note the following different reports on this error:

Case #1 - When we test core FND functionality - Sysadmin / Application > Menus >
-- query any menu then click [Button] View Tree
-- this works fine
It appears to only be happening for MRP forms

OR

Case #2  - It errors in View tree from FND functionality - Sysadmin / Application > Menus  -- 

Cause

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In this Document
Symptoms
Cause
Solution
 For 12.1.3
 For 12.2.3 and above
References


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