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R11i: Purchasing Documents Fail Funds Check Or Going To Pre-approved Status Due To Budgetary Control Exceptions - Troubleshooting (Doc ID 1121356.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Purchasing - Version 11.5.10 to 11.5.10.2 [Release 11.5]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 06-SEP-2013***

Purpose

This document provides the reader with detailed information on how to troubleshoot an issue encountered when the Purchasing document goes to Pre-approved status or fail funds check in encumbrance enabled environment with budgetary control exception in Release11i

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 Functionality
 Troubleshooting
 a) Requisitions (PR) or Purchase Orders (PO) fails funds check with the detailed message showing 'PO_MSG_NULL_MESSAGE' on doing check funds from Tools
 b) Requisitions (PR) or Purchase Orders (PO) fails funds check with the detailed message showing 'This detail transaction fails funds check' on doing check funds from Tools
 c) Requisitions (PR) or Purchase Orders (PO) fails funds check with the detailed message showing 'This detail transaction causes a summary account to fail funds check' / 'This detail transaction fails and causes a summary account to fail funds check' on doing check funds from Tools
 d) Requisitions (PR) or Purchase Orders (PO) fails funds check with the detailed message showing 'One or more earlier pending transactions cause this transaction to fail' on doing check funds from Tools (OR) PR/PO fails funds check even though sufficient funds are shown for the budget account in Funds Inquiry screen
 e) Requisitions and Purchase orders go to Pre-approved status with 'PO_REQAPPROVAL_ACTION.RESERVE_DOC: ORA-6512 at RESERVE_DOCUMENT' error in the workflow status
 f) Requisitions and Purchase orders go to Pre-approved status or fails funds check due to insufficient funds even though the approver has the override limit
 Debug Logging
References

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