FAJPTAXADJ with Error: Transaction Between the Preview Mode and Post Mode (Doc ID 1670617.1)

Last updated on MAY 19, 2014

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

 FAJPTAXADJ - Japan Depreciation Adjustment for DB Method in Corporate Tax Book with the following error:


[Concurrent Log]
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Parameters:
Tax Book             : ER_001A_TAX
Corporate Book             : ER_001A
Fiscal Year             : 2013
Process Mode             : Post
Preview ID               : 17549447
Asset Category            :
From asset Number :
To asset Number     :
Expense Account          :
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A00000001: This asset have transaction between the Preview Mode and Post Mode, which is not allowed.
A00000002: This asset have transaction between the Preview Mode and Post Mode, which is not allowed.
A00000003: This asset have transaction between the Preview Mode and Post Mode, which is not allowed.
A00000004: This asset have transaction between the Preview Mode and Post Mode, which is not allowed.
A00000005: This asset have transaction between the Preview Mode and Post Mode, which is not allowed.

Processed Information :
Number of Total Processed Records       :         15
Number of Successfully Processed Records :         10
Number of Error Records during Post      :         0
Number of Error Records during Validation :         5
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End of log messages from FND_FILE
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NOTE: Regarding function of FAJPTAXADJ - Japan Depreciation Adjustment for DB Method, please refer to the following document:
Japan Depreciation Adjustment for DB Method in Corporate Tax Book, Release 12 (Doc ID 1666987.1)

 

Cause

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