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FSG: Error : Content Set ID Is Not Empty And It Is An FSG Submission When Using Content Set (Doc ID 1294149.1)

Last updated on JULY 07, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle General Ledger - Version to [Release 11.5.10]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Program: RGRARG - Financial Statement Generator (FSG)


Unable To Publish FSG Reports When Content Sets Are Used.

FSG report run via Report Manager using a content set completes with warning messages and no output is generated.

The Publish and Presentation Program completes with the following warnings:

Submission-Publishing Wrapper Started at Thu Jan 27 05:15:12 EST 2011
Waiting on Request ID : XXXXX
Wait Result: Y
Request Status: 'WARNING'
Request Phase: 'COMPLETE'
Message: Program exit with Warning

content set id is not empty and it is an fsg submission
Failed to get the expanded values: End tag does not match start tag 'fsg:RptLine'.
Published doc Id: -1Publishing did not complete successfully, unable to insert data into database

The Financial Statement Generator completes with the following error and warning:

<< rgrgdt() 27-JAN-2011 05:39:23
Warning: no data found to print a page.

Starting flagging of exceptions
Finished flagging exceptions

No display columns.
Unable to set up column formatting.
Unable to set up page style.
completed with errors.

Finished executing request completion options.
Program exit with Warning

Patches 7375915 and 7350414 were applied per note 758046.1 (Publish and Presentation Fails: Could Not Identify Expansion Value) but did not resolve the issue.

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

1)Navigate to report manager
2)Financial Report Submission
3)Submit report having content set




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