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Edit Source Lines for Mass Additions Returns Error "The Employee To Which This Distribution Line Is Assigned Is No Longer Valid" (Doc ID 2093659.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 18, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Assets Cloud Service - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Assets - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Qn 1: When we assign an employee to a distribution line in 'Prepare Source Lines' in Fixed Assets then the Mass Additions Post Errors With "The Employee To Which This Distribution Line Is Assigned Is No Longer Valid".
The Employee assigned is the same as the employee/user working in Fixed Assets, and there is no end date on the user or any kind of disabling.

We can see that this kind of error has been handled as bug in both Release 11i (see (Doc ID 342213.1) and 12. Therefore we wonder if this is a known issue in Fusion, too.

It makes no sense that one can add an employee one moment and the next moment the concurrent request throws that error message.
Qn 2: Post Mass Additions fails for some employees which were available and chosen in the LoV in the Assignments zone of Prepare Source Lines.
The Post Mass Additions Log shows the following error message:

The employee to which this distribution line is assigned is no longer valid.
Qn 3: On : version, Prepare Source Lines

In the Prepare Source Lines screen the employee name still is not shown. And when clicking on 'More...' when hovering over the employee name field the employee information is displayed, but the following error occurs.

oracle.apps.hcm.legconfig.setup.publicView.InstalledLegislationsPVO of type View Definition is not found

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Run the 'Update Person Search Keywords' job
2. In the Assignments zone of the Edit source lines UI, select an employee
2. Hover over the employee name field with the cursor
3. See the employee information and the error



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