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Update Party Tax Registration Number error 'This record in table HZ_PARTIES cannot be locked as it has been updated by another user' (Doc ID 1598460.1)

Last updated on JULY 11, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

In R12.1.3, the following error is received when updating Tax Registration Number for some customers:

Error
This record in table HZ_PARTIES cannot be locked as it has been updated by another user.

There are 3 parties with same name and same Tax Registration Number and each has one Account under it:

1. Registry ID = 001 with Account #123 is active
2. Registry ID = 002 with Account #456 is inactive
3. Registry ID = 003 with Account #789 is inactive

Users want to merge Registry IDs 002 and 003 into 001.
Before doing that, users want to update Tax Registration Number for Registry_IDs 002 and 003 to some other value.
But when try to update Tax Registration Number under Tax Profile tab for these Registry_IDs, users get the above error even though there is no lock on these tables in the database.

-If try to update any other field for these 2 parties: 002 & 003, this error is received:

Error
This tax registration number is already in use for party type: Third Party and party name: ABC Third Party Company  for the same period.

-If try to update tax registration number, then this error is received:

Error
This record in table HZ_PARTIES cannot be locked as it has been updated by another user.

 

Steps to reproduce:

-Receivables Responsibility, N: Customers : Customers
-Query for party with Registry ID 002
-Select the 'Tax Profile' tab.
-Update the Tax Registration Number. The error appears.

Changes

 

Cause

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