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11i Dispatch Center Error: JTF-210029 Unable To Schedule Task After Enabling Field Service Alerts (Doc ID 1363842.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 06, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Field Service - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Form: CSFDCMAI.fmb - Dispatch Center


Users are unable to schedule a Task from the Dispatch Center after enabling field service alerts.


APP-JTF-210029: -20002 ORA-20002: 3825: Error '-20002 - ORA-20002: Error '
-6502 - ORA-06502: PL/SQL: numeric or value error: character string buffer too small' encountered during execution of Rule function 'CSF_ALERTS_PUB.SENDNOTIFICATION' for event 'oracle.apps.csf.alerts.sendNotification' with key 'oracle.apps.csf.createTaskAssignment-<Assignment_id>
'encountered during execution of Rule function 'CSF_ALERTS_PUB.CHECKFORALERTS' for event 'oracle.apps.hjtf.cac.task.createTaskAssignment with'

1. Setup with the following profile options:

CSF: Default Accepted Task Status: Accepted
CSF: Default Rejected Task Status : Rejected
CSF: Alert Send Preference : Immediate
CSF: Alerts Task Priority Level : Medium (Low)
CSF: Alert Response Due Time in minutes:1440
CSF: Alert Reminder Response Due Time in minutes: 2880 minutes
CSF: Enable Alerts: Yes
CSF: Alert Auto Reject : Yes

2. As part of setup, scheduled a "Background Engine" request for a Item Type "Field Service Task Assignment Alerts" to run every 5 minutes

3. Steps to reproduce the issue

a. Open Service Request Form and query for an existing open SR.
b. Create a Task.
c. Go to the Dispatch Center and try to schedule a task to a Field Technician for whom the Field Service Alert is turned on.
Note that is is not possible to assign the task, and the above mentioned error is generated.




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