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PRC: PO: CMK: Purchase Order Outbound Communication Failed - E-mail Subject: Oracle BN Production Error: HTTP Post Error for Document <PO Number> And Oracle Business Network (OBN) Error: XHUB-260 (Doc ID 2853685.1)

Last updated on MARCH 07, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Purchasing - Version 11.12.1.0.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Purchasing Cloud Service - Version 11.13.21.10.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Document Communication

Purchase Order Communication

User received an e-mail with Subject:
Oracle BN Production Error: HTTP Post Error for Document <PO Number>

and body:

Oracle Business Network has recorded a failed HTTP Post for the following message. Due to the nature of the failure, no further attempts to post this message will be made.

Document Type: Purchase Order
Document Number/ID: <po number>
Date: <date>
Message Control ID: <value>
Sender:  <value>
Receiver: <value>

For more details, login to the Oracle Business Network and view the Transaction Monitor

CMK /Manage Collaboration Messaging History shows the purchase order outbound document delivered with success, but OBN > Transaction Monitor shows error

ERROR
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Error code
XHUB-260
Error message
HTTP POST Failure (Negative cXML Response: Code=500, Text=Invalid item list in PO request.. <po number>)

Customer attempted to resend the message in OBN, but the error message did not go away.

The problem is occurring just with this purchase order/supplier.
Documents were being successfully communicated until 2 days ago and nothing changed in Suppliers setup.

STEPS
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The issue cannot be reproduced at will , It happened with specific purchase order/supplier when the po was communicated.
1. Create a purchase order to supplier
2. Communicate the purchase order with supplier
 

Changes

 

Cause

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