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R12: AP/POS: Supplier Site Maintenance Error Even With Cross-Validation Rules Disabled: FUTURE_DATED_PAYMENT_CCID is invalid Code Combination ID for Prepay/Future Dated Payment is invalid (Doc ID 2080973.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 27, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.1.1 to 12.1.3 [Release 12.1]
Oracle iSupplier Portal - Version 12.1 to 12.1.3 [Release 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In Oracle eBusiness Suite (EBS) release 12.1.3, errors arise when attempting to apply changes to supplier data.

Scenario / Error # 1
Navigation: Payables Manager > Suppliers > Entry
Search for a Supplier
Go to Address Book > Manage Sites
Remove Inactive Date from Supplier site
Save, get error message :-

Error while saving Saving :

Vendor Site Name XXXX: Vendor site id : 64332. Error : FUTURE_DATED_PAYMENT_CCID is invalid Code Combination ID for Prepay/Future Dated Payment is invalid.

Even when cross-validation rules are disabled, the same error occurs.

After these steps, additional actions are taken, which lead to a second error.

Scenario / Error # 2
Cancel the change, go to Accounting
Search for the site.
Go to ‘Bill Payables’ tab, remove the Bill Payable account and try to save. Get error message

Inactive date must be set to today date or later.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps using a Payables  responsibility:

1. Suppliers > Entry

2. Query for the supplier.

3. Click Address Book.

4. For the address in issue, click 'Manage Sites'.

5. For the Site in issue, the Inactive Date is currently set. Clear it. Save, get the first error.

6. Cancel the change.

7. Click 'Accounting'.

8. Click 'Bills Payable' tab.

9. Clear the 'Bills Payable' field.

10. Save, get error:

Inactive date must be set as today's date or later.


R12.1 upgrade.
Prior to the upgrade, the system allowed to remove the inactive account from the accounting tab without error. 


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