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Uncosted Nonlabor Expenditure Batch Does Not Accept User Defined Attributes (Doc ID 2242998.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 06, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Project Costing Cloud Service - Version 11.1.11.1.0 and later
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Goal

On : 11.1.11.1.0 version, Manage Project Costs-Allocate Project Costs

Why Uncosted Nonlabor Expenditure Batch does not accept user defined attributes?

I am trying to upload uncosted nonlabor expenditure batch using ADFDI spreadsheet. We have enabled three cost collection attributes in Project Costing Details cost collection flexfield. The three attributes are Project Costing User-Defined Attribute 1,Project Costing User-Defined Attribute 2 and Project Costing User-Defined Attribute 3. I am populating this fields while trying to upload the transaction. But the export process is not able to process the transaction and is failing with 'Value not in the list'. The value does exists in the value set attached to the DFF attribute. The same transaction when uploaded from 'Manage Unprocessed Transactions' is going through and is not causing any issue.

The context is enabled for PJC:All and PJC:Expenditure Batch to allow transactions to get in from Project Costing.
 

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