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Inter Sub- Inventories Uploading Issue (Doc ID 2484700.1)

Last updated on MAY 06, 2022

Applies to:

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


When attempting to upload Inter-Subinventory details via FSM Import Configuration, the following error occurs:

JBO-25026: Row oracle.jbo.Key[300000002167493 null ] with XML tag InterSubinventoryParameterVORow cannot be loaded.
JBO-25027: Attribute StartDate at index 5 with XML tag StartDate cannot be loaded.
JBO-25009: Cannot create an object of type:java.sql.Date from type:java.lang.String with value:10-12-2018: null
JBO-27024: Failed to validate a row with key oracle.jbo.Key[300000002167494 ] in InterSubinventoryParametersEO
JBO-27014: Attribute StartDate in InterSubinventoryParametersEO is required.


The issue can be reproduced with the following steps
1: Navigate to Setup and Maintenance Work Area and click the ‘Setup’ button
2: Select the ‘Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management Offering -> Select the Functional Area ‘Inventory Management’ -> Click the ‘View’ menu ‘Columns’ -> Enable Checkbox ‘Actions’
3: Click the ‘Actions’ icon for Task: Manage Intersubinventory Parameters -> Click ‘Export to CSV File’ -> Click ‘Create New’
4: Click the ‘Submit’ button on the Export Setup Data to CSV File. Click the ‘OK’ button on the Confirmation dialog window.
5: Review the Export to CSV file by clicking ‘Actions’ -> ‘Export to CSV File’ -> ‘Ready for review D-MM-YYY'.
6: Click ‘Actions’ -> ‘Download’ -> ‘CSV File Package’
7: Save File to local directory
8: Make the desired Adjustments to the Intersubinventory Parameters
9: Navigate back to the main page and click the ‘Actions’ icon -> ‘Import from CSV File’ -> ‘Create New’
10: Browse for your zip file and click the ‘Submit’ button
11: Review the Import to CSV Process




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