Not Able To Assign ICC With Item If Item Dont Have Any ICC Assigned.
Last updated on NOVEMBER 01, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Product Hub - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 12.1.3 version, Catalog items
When attempting to ssign ICCs with the existing item in PIM/PDH, the following error occurs:
All the SKU Items, and the Style Items which are already having some child SKU items are removed from the selected items list. In addition, if the new ICC is not having any Variant Attribute Groups, then even those Style Items which are not having any SKUs will also be removed from the selected item list.
You can only change the Item Catalog Category of Items for which you have both Edit privilege and Change Item Status privilege. Changing Item Catalog Category of an Item may result in loss of data.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigate to PIM responsibility -> simmple item search and perform an Action as "Change the Item Catalog Category" > Error is encountered:
Navigate to “Item simple search”, search the item , select an item which has not item assigned with it.
Click on Action.. Select “change item Catalog Category “and click on Go button. It is throwing an error message.
Verified the Privileges
Navigated to Item People page.. It has “Item Author” Role inherited… so it should allow to update the ICC for this particular item.
As an alternative option, we tried adding the role in “Direct Item Roles” section.
Then try to update the item Catalog Category as shown below. Select the “Change Item Catalog Category” and clicked on Go button.
It enabled an option to change the ICC.
Selected the ICC and clicked on continue button.
ICC is added with the item.
Question: Why it is not allowing to assign ICC with the first approach.
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