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SysAcronym : not found in Item Table Data for group <Group> (Doc ID 908972.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 15, 2019

Applies to:

Primavera Contract Management - Version 12.1 to 12.1 SP3 [Release 12.0]
All Platforms

This known issue in legacy versions of Contract Manager has been corrected in Contract Management 13.0.
If similar symptoms are observed in currently supported versions of Contract Management, the issue needs to be replicated and investigated as a potentially new issue.


This is the first Payment Requisition associated with the Contract. When adding a Lump Sum or Unit Price to a Requisition and attempting to Cost the item, the following error message displays: "SysAcronym : not found in Item Table Data for group <Group>" Contract started as a Budgeted Contract and is now showing in the Committed Contracts section or vice versa. Contract moved to a different module SysAcronym : not found in Item Table Data for group <Group> Steps to reproduce the error and move the contract to a new module:


  1. Create a new Payment Requisition from the Requisition module.  Select the contract, To/From vendors, and the Period To, then click Finish.
  2. In the Schedule of Values section, click Add Lump Sum or Add Unit Price.  (If prompted, click Yes to save the document.)
  3. Type an amount and then click Add in the Costing section.  Click Yes to save the item and the following error displays:

    SysAcronym : not found in Item Table Data for group <Group>

  4. Close this window by clicking the "x" in the upper right corner.  Return to Log and Return to Control Center do not work.


    Click Save & Close.

      From this point on, Contract Manager 12.0 functions normally and does not encounter the following Cost Category issue.

  6. Try to open the item in edit mode and the following message displays:

    Please choose a Cost Category for the associated Contract:
    The Cost Type for this Contract is:

  7. From this window, you can select a different Cost Category and therefore move the contract to a different module.



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