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Unable 'Add Lines > Via Upload' To Blanket PO In Buyer Work Center Due To Catalog Bulk Load - Items Upload errors Out (Doc ID 1380658.1)

Last updated on MARCH 21, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Catalog Bulk Load - Items Upload program


Symptoms


On 12.1.3 
When attempting to upload item lines to catalog through Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA), an error is seen for concurrent request "Catalog Bulk Load - Items Upload".

Reproducible Steps

1. Navigate to Buyer work center > Agreements > Query for BPA and bring up an existing BPA.
2. Go to lines and then select 'via upload' for 'Add Lines'.
3. Select an upload file and submit the upload job.
4. Check job status from core application and see this has ended in status Error.
5. Log file of the concurrent request gives AUDSID #. use this as the AUDSID when querying against FND_LOG_MESSAGES
6. Run the query on FND table and see the below error:

"java.lang.Exception
at oracle.apps.icx.icatalog.loader.processors.DataRootElementProcessor.process(DataRootElementProcessor.java:220)
at oracle.apps.icx.icatalog.loader.handlers.DataRootLineHandler.endDocument(DataRootLineHandler.java:140)
at oracle.apps.icx.icatalog.loader.handlers.ItemLineHandler.endDocument(ItemLineHandler.java:499)
at oracle.apps.icx.icatalog.loader.parsers.DataTXTParser.parse(DataTXTParser.java:96)
at oracle.apps.icx.icatalog.loader.CatalogTXTLoaderBase.processJob(CatalogTXTLoaderBase.java:42)
at oracle.apps.icx.icatalog.loader.CatalogLoaderBase.service(CatalogLoaderBase.java:141)
at oracle.apps.icx.icatalog.loader.LoadRequest.start(LoadRequest.java:111)
at oracle.apps.icx.icatalog.loader.LoadRequest.runProgram(LoadRequest.java:46)
at oracle.apps.fnd.cp.request.Run.main(Run.java:157)

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