Common errors for the Import and Update Participant Details process.
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 05, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Fusion Incentive Compensation - Version 188.8.131.52.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Incentive Compensation Cloud Service - Version 184.108.40.206.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document lists some common errors with updating the participant detail using the import process.
Reference Template ParticipantDetailsImportTemplate.xlsm
1. Populate ICParticipantDetail.xlsm template and generate the csv and zip file
2. Run Navigator > Participant Assignments > Import and Update Participant Details
Following are some common error messages with the Import and Update Participant Details process :
1. Country Code is not valid.
2. There is not a valid BUSINESS UNIT on the file. Please verify.
3. Participant was not found.
4. Hold Payment Reason must match the lookup defined values.
The template has the following column descriptions.
Staging Column Name: COUNTRY_CODE VARCHAR2 (30 CHAR)
The ISO code that represents the participant's country.
If providing a value, the value must exist in table FND_TERRITORIES_B.ISO_TERRITORY_CODE column.
You can view available ISO Country codes (ISO Territory Codes) using the Setup and Maintenance, Manage Territories task.
Staging Column Name: ORG_ID Number (18,0)
Name of the Oracle Fusion Incentive Compensation business unit.
The name is used by the import process to derive the unique identifier for the business unit.
Staging Column Name: PARTICIPANT_ID NUMBER (18,0)
The participant's name.
It is recommended that you provide one or more of the following attributes to uniquely identify the participant: E-Mail Address, Party ID, Party Number, Person Number, Primary Worker ID, Display Identifier, Source System, Source System ID.
The participant name is used by the import ...
Staging Column Name: HOLD_REASON VARCHAR2 (30 CHAR)
The lookup value meaning that represents the reason for the payment hold, such as leave, Dispute, and terminated.
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