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While Adding WithdrawalMax Screen Crashes While Selecting Number Of Recipients More Than 1 (Doc ID 2817648.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 28, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Insurance Policy Administration J2EE - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, General

While Adding WithdrawalMax Activity, the screen crashes while selecting number of recipients more than 1.
During testing WithdrawalMax Activity where there is more than 1 Recipients for example 1 Owner and 2 Payee, the  screen reports the following error message.
The same code works as expected in V10
It seems like if PolicyGUID , which is a Global variable, is defined in a Screen Math in the main transaction then the Mutifields crashes.

Error Message : com.adminserver.utl.exception.AsExceptionUtl: Failed to generate OnLoad event processor.
java.lang.RuntimeException: com.adminserver.utl.exception.AsExceptionUtl: Failed to generate OnLoad event processor.
at com.adminserver.pas.uip.aspects.UipExtensibilityAspect.extendUipMethod(
at com.adminserver.pas.uip.ActivityDetailUip.processMultiValueFieldChange(
at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor3604.invoke(Unknown Source)

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Login to OIPA.
2. Select a contract having Roles which include Owner, 1 Bene and 2 Payee and 1 Payee as Company.
3. Then processed Initial Premium.
4. The screen encounter an exception message,

Note: There is no crash if you specify select 2 from the drop down and fill in the values.
However, if you select 2 and then reset it back to 1 the fields are displayed correctly but when you hit the Verify button, the transactions crash.
The screen should not crash when trying to add WithdrawalMax Activity with more than one recipient and should be allowed to proceed.


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