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Vacation Rule Not Routing To Active Ad-Hoc Role After RUP7 Patch 6241631 (Doc ID 1295064.1)

Last updated on MAY 13, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version to [Release 11.5]
Oracle Human Resources - Version and later
Oracle Workflow - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


After application of RUP7 Workflow will no longer route notifications via vacation rules to adhoc roles.

Steps to reproduce:
Case 1
1) Set Vacation Rule Routing to a Single User
2) Create Invoice and Validate it
3) Notification is sent- invoice approval is delegated to the person set in the vacation rule

Case 2 - However the notification fail when it is defined for Ad- Hoc Roles
1) Set Vacation Rule Routing to an Ad-hoc role
2) Create Invoice and Validate it
3) Notification is NOT sent- invoice approval is NOT delegated to the members of the role set in the vacation rule.
Instead it remains in the original recipient's worklist with following message 'Notification not routed because recipient role is inactive.'  


Application of the RUP7 patches (11I.ATG_PF.H.RUP7 - Patch 6241631/ caused this loss of functionality (regression)


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