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When Defining Organization Setups, Error: APP-FND-00738: - Reporting Name In Routine: SETUP_DESCR_VSETS (Doc ID 1055563.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 29, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Human Resources - Version 11.5.10.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When attempting to define organization setups, the following error occurs:

APP-FND-00738: Error detected when attempting to load value set on Context: Organization Name Alias for Segment: Reporting Name in Routine: SETUP_DESCR_VSETS
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APP-FND-00706: Routine FDFAVS3: : Detected a data error.
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APP-FND-00706: Routine FDFATS3_TBL: : Detected a data error.
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APP-FND-00770: Program error: Invalid arguments to the flexfield routines. Please inform your support representative that:

Flexfield cannot interpret combination QuickPick column clause. The flexfield user exit #FND POPID has been called incorrectly.

Make sure the COLUMN= parameter is correct. Make sure the display width is specified properly with no spaces, and with both open and close parentheses. (COLUMN=ppf.employee_number "Employee Number"(15),
ppf.npw_number "Contingent Worker Number"(15),
o.name "Business Group"(40),
ppf.email_address "Email Address"(20),
org1.name "Organization Name"(40),
job.name "Job"(40),
pos.name "Pos) (VSNAME=HR_COST_CENTER_MANAGER)

 

Steps to Reproduce:
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Query organization; highlight classification.  (The specific classification does not matter.)
2. Click on the Others button.
3. Observe the error.

 

Cause

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