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Calculate Gains and Losses for Reinstatement Fails with 1403 for Asset Which Has Both Multiple Lines And Tax Book (Doc ID 2064639.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 23, 2020

Applies to:

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


When attempting to run Calculate Gains and Losses for reinstatement for the asset which has both multiple lines and Tax Book, ORA-01403 error occurs.

Error Message
APP-OFA-48208: +++step8 has the value of before execute sql_cursor.
APP-OFA-48208: +++step8.1:h_book_type_code has the value of XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.
APP-OFA-48208: +++step8.2 has the value of Passed SQL execution.
APP-OFA-48208: +++step8.3: h_failure_count: has the value of 1.
APP-OFA-48208: +++step8.4 has the value of Before call to fagetmsg().
ORA-01403: no data found
Error: function FA_INS_ADJUST_PKG.fadoact returned failure
@ Error: function FA_INS_ADJUST_PKG.faxinaj returned failure
Error: function FA_GAINLOSS_UND_PKG.fagtax returned failure
Error: function FA_GAINLOSS_UND_PKG.fagrin returned failure

Cause:        You have a database problem.

Action:        Contact your system administrator.

Error: function FA_GAINLOSS_PKG.do_calc_gainloss_asset returned failure
APP-OFA-48208: at has the value of top of loop for get.

Steps to Reproduce
1.  2014-03 *** [Corp Book]Addition with multiple lines

    Total Units : 3
    Lin1        : Unit=2            <--- Point
    Lin2        : Unit=1            <--- Point

2.  2014-03 *** [Tax Book]Addition      <--- Point

3.  2014-03 *** [Corp Book]Full retirement

4.  2014-03 *** [Corp Book]Calculate Gains and Losses

5.  2014-03 *** [Corp Book]Reinstatement

6.  2014-03 *** [Corp Book]Calculate Gains and Losses

    -> ORA-01403 error occurs


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