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Oracle Fusion Benefits: Unable to Create Multiple Data Changes on the Same Table/column Combination With Different Formulas (Doc ID 2225090.1)

Last updated on APRIL 29, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Benefits Cloud Service - Version 11.1.11.1.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Benefits - Version 11.1.11.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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We have some data changes that should trigger different events based on different formulas.

For example, we have a DFF on the job that tracks whether or not certain jobs are eligible for a car allowance. We need to trigger different events based on whether the change will make them eligible or ineligible

User configured one data change that detects any change to the job id and associated one formula to that. When he tried to configure a separate data change on the job id with any value to any value, but adding a different formula, he gets the following error message:

The defined person changes must be unique across the enterprise. Either create a unique set of defined person changes or use an existing one.

So how can we meet my requirement to trigger two different events if they're both based on the same field?

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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The Fast Formulas need to be triggered as per the requirements separately.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create the formulas
2. Process each formula
3. One formula processes correctly and the other does not and gives an error.


BUSINESS IMPACT
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The defined person changes must be unique across the enterprise. Either create a unique set of defined person changes or use an existing one.

Cause

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