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Unable to Create Multiple Debit Memos with Invoicing Rules in the Same Transaction Page - FRM-40200:Field protected against update (Doc ID 1478904.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.1.3 to 12.1.3 [Release 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Unable to create multiple debit memos with invoicing rules in the same transaction page.  Receive the following error:

Error: FRM-40200: Field protected against update

Responsibility: Receivables Manager
1.  Navigation:  Setup > Transactions > Transaction Types > Create a new Transaction Type
OPerating Unit:
Name: XXX_Name
Class:  Debit Memo
Creation Sign: Positive Sign
Transaction Status: Open
Priniting Option: Do not Print
Start Date: 10-MAY-2000
Check: Open Receivables; Post to Gl; Allow Adjustment Posting; Allow Freight; Default Tax Classification; Allow Overapplication
Save

2.  Navigation:  Transactions > Transactions > Create a Transaction
Source: MANUAL-OTHER
Date/GL Date: 01-JAN-2011
Class: Debit Memo
Currency: USD
Type: Test 2
Bill To: ABC_Site
Payment Terms: Immediate
Invoicing Rule: In Arrears
Lines: Main: Qty=1
Unit Price: 1000
Rules: Accounting=3 Months, Fixed, Deferred
Duration: 3
Start Date: 01-jan-11
Complete (Transaction number gets created)

3. Create another transaction with Invoice Rules 'In Arrears'
Source: MANUAL-OTHER
Date/GL Date: 01-JAN-2011
Class: Debit Memo
Currency: USD
Type: Test 2
Bill To: ABC_Site
Payment Terms: Immediate
Invoicing Rule: In Arrears

Unable to select the Invoicing Rule - Error: FRM-40200: Field protected against update

If the Transactions page is closed and a new one is opened, the issue does not occur.

Changes

 

Cause

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