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Cannot Add More Than One Standard Invoice To A Parent Invoice At The Same Time. The Following Error Is Displayed: "Unable to create InvoiceInvolvedParty for InvoiceInvolvedPartyData" (Doc ID 1414754.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 26, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Freight Payment, Billing, and Claims - Version 5.5.05.08 to 6.2.5 [Release 5.5 to 6.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On OTM versions 5.5, 6.1 and 6.2.4

When several Invoices have been selected and you carry out the Action to Add them to a Parent Invoice, if two or more of the Invoices have the same Involved Party the following error is seen:


Replication Steps:
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1 - Navigate to: Financials > Payment Invoice Management > Payment Invoice.

2 - Create three Invoices as follows:

ID (PARENT)
Financial Consolidation Type: Parent.
ServProv Alias Qualifier: GLOG
Service Provider Alias
Service Provider ID
Amount Due: 100
Involved Party:
Involved Party Contact
Communication Method: BY CONTACT
Involved Party Qualifier: BILL-TO


ID: (CHILD_1)
Financial Consolidation Type: STANDARD
ServProv Alias Qualifier: GLOG
Service Provider Alias
Service Provider ID
Amount Due: 100
Involved Party:
Involved Party Contac
Communication Method: BY CONTACT
Involved Party Qualifier: BILL-TO


ID: (CHILD_2)
Financial Consolidation Type: STANDARD
ServProv Alias Qualifier: GLOG
Service Provider Alias:
Amount Due: 100
Service Provider ID:

3 - Navigate to: Financials > Payment Invoice Management > Payment Invoice.

4 - Search for the Invoice/Bill Numbers

5 - Select the two Standard Invoices returned

6 - Click Actions > Add Child Invoice To Consolidated Invoice (for 6.2 go to Invoice in the Action menu)

7 - In the next screen enter the 'Consolidated Invoice' ID (which is the parent).

8 - Click OK.

9 - The error is shown:

NOTE: Adding the Standard Invoices one by one will successfully add the Standard Invoices to the Parent Invoice.

Changes

 

Cause

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