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Error:The Operational Status Code Hz_party_sites Entered Is Either Invalid Or It Does Not Exists (Doc ID 1183683.1)

Last updated on MARCH 22, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Installed Base - Version 12.0.0 and later
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This datafix has been approved by development for Customer consumption 18-May-2012.

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When MACD orders are processing to Install Base, certain orders are failing in the interface with the following error:

The Operational Status Code HZ_PARTY_SITES entered is either invalid or it does not exists in the Installed Base lookups. Please enter a valid operational status code. Instance validation failed

The value 'HZ_PARTY_SITES' is an invalid value for the Operational Status Code. This value does not exist in the Lookup table, and is being populated by the code.  These errors are causing the schedules to be locked in Install Base.

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Create, ship and complete an MACD Order in Order Management
2. Observe that the transaction fails in the Install Base Interface with the noted error




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