iProcurement Positive Corrections Fail with "rvtptcontrol failed" Error (Doc ID 1942606.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 24, 2014

Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version 12.0.6 to 12.2 [Release 12 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Positive corrections entered in iProcurement fail with errors:

ERROR
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Your receipt could not be created successfully due to an unexpected error.
Please contact your system administrator with the following information for further assistance.

" rvtptcontrol failed Cannot read value for profile option INV_DEBUG_TRACE in routine &ROUTINE.  Transaction quantity exceeds available quantity
 Cause: The transaction quantity exceeded the quantity available to be processed.
 Action: Enter the transaction using a smaller quantit Cannot read value for profile option INV_DEBUG_TRACE in routine &ROUTINE. "

or

" rvtptcontrol failed RVTTH-135: Subroutine rvsco_correct_supply() returned error
 Cause: Subroutine rvsco_correct_supply() returned an internal error.
 Action: Note this error number and the actions you ar
 RVSCO-305: Subroutine rvsdl_deliver_return_supply() returned error
 Cause: Subroutine rvsdl_deliver_return_supply() returned an internal error.
 Action: Note this error number and the RVSDL-005: Subroutine rvsute_convert_trx_qty() returned error
 Cause: Subroutine rvsute_convert_trx_qty() returned an internal error.
 Action: Note this error number and the actions yo
 RVSUT-025: ORA-01403: no data found
 Cause: A SQL error has occurred in RVSUT. The SQL error is &LSQL_ERR.
 Action: Take note of both this "

STEPS
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  1. Create a PO and receive/deliver it through iProcurement
  2. Perform positive CORRECT transaction against the PO through iProcurument
  3. Errors above occur

Cause

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