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Fusion HCM: Export Manage Inventory Organization Locations Task Ends With Error (Doc ID 2422381.1)

Last updated on JULY 12, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Global Human Resources Cloud Service - Version 11.13.18.02.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 11.13.18.02.0 version, Purchasing Setup

PRC: Manage Inventory Organization Locations task export ends with Error

Trying to migrate the setups from one fusion instance to another through FSM-Export and Import CSV.

When doing ‘Manage Inventory Organization Locations’, the export of this task is ending with error and hence the configuration zip file (CSV) cannot be downloaded.


ERROR
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Business object: Inventory Organization Location. Status: Completed with errors. Status details: The format of the file PER_LOCATION.xml is invalid. The XML should have same number of attributes for all rows within a node path.
Detail Object: LocationMigration. Status: Completed successfully. Status Details: A total of 16 rows were processed. 0 rows of them failed and 0 rows completed with warnings.. Started: 7/9/18 6:31 AM. Ended: 7/9/18 6:32 AM.
Detail Object: LocationMigrationDetailTranslation. Status: Completed successfully. Status Details: A total of 19 rows were processed. 0 rows of them failed and 0 rows completed with warnings.. Started: 7/9/18 6:32 AM. Ended: 7/9/18 6:32 AM.




STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1) Login to application: (Source Instance)
2) Navigate to Setup and maintenance, with module selected as Procurement:
3) Search the task ‘Manage Inventory Organization Locations’ in the search task and select ‘Export to CSV file’ > Create new
4) Now submit the process so that the export of the task is triggered
5) Navigate to Exporting setup date to validate the export status:
6) Now the process is completed with Error.
Also the zip file doesn’t contain the CSV file


Cause

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