Error Processing Column Mapping for Descriptive Flex Field and An exception Occurred Trying To Map A Column When Trying To Upload A WebADI Journals With Descriptive Flexfields (Doc ID 1628296.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 18, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle Web Applications Desktop Integrator - Version 12.1.3 to 12.2.3 [Release 12.1 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When posting WEBADI Journals with Descriptive Flexfields, users receive the following error:

Error Processing column Mapping for descriptive flex field and An exception occurred trying to map a column.

 This seems to be happening inconsistently with the users.

 In the BNE log file, errors messages like the following are appearing as well:

1/30/14 11:54 AM AJPRequestHandler-HTTPThreadGroup-3 TRACE SettingValue: <bne:document xmlns:bne=""><bne:message bne:type="ERROR" bne:text="Error processing column Mapping for descriptive flex field" bne:cause="oracle.apps.bne.exception.BneSQLException: Error occurred getting data from SQL result set using getString(ADDITIONAL_WHERE_CLAUSE)" bne:action="" bne:source="BneDFFColumnMapper" ><bne:context bne:collection="collection_1" bne:element="line" bne:attribute="GL_INTERFACE.JOURNAL_LINE_DFF" bne:idx="1" /></bne:message><bne:message bne:type="ERROR" bne:text="An exception occurred trying to map a column." bne:cause="Exception java.lang.NullPointerException occurred trying to map column: null." bne:action="" bne:source="BneColumnMapper" ><bne:context bne:collection="collection_1" bne:element="line" bne:attribute="null" bne:idx="2" /></bne:message><bne:message bne:type="DATA" bne:text="BNE_VALID_ROW_COUNT" bne:value="0" /><bne:message bne:type="DATA" bne:text="BNE_INVALID_ROW_COUNT" bne:value="2" /><bne:message bne:type="STATUS" bne:text="No rows uploaded" bne:value="" ><bne:context bne:collection="collection_1" /></bne:message><bne:message bne:type="STATUS" bne:text="2 rows were invalid" bne:value="" ><bne:context bne:collection="collection_1" /></bne:message></bne:document>




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