Receipt Workbench Error: After Changing Receipt Method Name, When Creating a Prepayment, Error is Raised: A payment failure hold has been applied against this order.
Last updated on JUNE 08, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Receivables - Version 12.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for relevance on 19-Jul-2013
The following messages are received when booking an order:
Create_Prepayment: The document sequence number was used to default the receipt the receipt number.
Payment processing for 1.08 failed.
A payment failure hold has been applied against this order.
Order has been booked.
The debug file shows:
OEXVPPYB: before calling AR Create_Prepayment: 1823
OEXVPPYB: receipt_method_id is: 1001
OEXVPPYB: p_approval_code is:
OEXVPPYB: p_trxn_extension_id is:
OEXVPPYB: org_id is: 85
OEXVPPYB: payment_set_id is:
OEXVPPYB: AFTER AR CREATE_PREPAYMENT CASH_RECEIPT_ID IS:
OEXVPPYB: AFTER AR CREATE_PREPAYMENT PAYMENT_SET_ID IS:
OEXVPPYB: AFTER AR CREATE_PREPAYMENT CHECK NUMBER IS:
OEXVPPYB: AFTER AR CREATE_PREPAYMENT x_payment_response_error_code IS:
OEXVPPYB: AFTER AR CREATE_PREPAYMENT approval_code IS:
OEXVPPYB: AFTER AR CREATE_PREPAYMENT x_msg_count IS: 2
OEXVPPYB: AFTER AR CREATE_PREPAYMENT RETURN STATUS IS: E
Error message from AR API: The document sequence number was used to default the receipt number.
Error message from AR API: Create_Prepayment : The document sequence number was used to default the receipt number.
OEXVPPYB: After calling Create_Receipt API, return status is: E
after create_receipt, applying payment failure hold.
OEXVPPYB: IN APPLY PREPAYMENT HOLDS
OEXVPPYB: HEADER ID : 1823
OEXVPPYB: HOLD ID : 14
OEXVPPYB: CHECKING IF REQUESTED PREPAYMENT HOLD ALREADY APPLIED
OEXVPPYB: IN CHECK FOR PREPAYMENT HOLD
CHECKING HOLD ON HEADER ID: 1823
Going to get the value for ONT_CASCADE_HOLD_NONSMC_PTO
ENTERING OE_SYS_PARAMETERS_PVT.VALUE 85
Parameter value exists.
NO HOLDS FOUND FOR HEADER ID: 1823
The name associated to the receipt method was modified.
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