Regarding the Button "CANCEL REQUEST" in FNDRSRUN When Running PURGE_DEL (Doc ID 2093666.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2016

Applies to:

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

Problem Statement:

There will be no output in the concurrent log file if the button "Cancel Request" in the form "Requests(FNDRSRUN)" has been submitted(clicked) when running the concurrent program "Purge Deletion Phase(PURGE_DEL)".
In this situation, however, there is a payroll action record of "Purge Deletion Phase(PURGE_DEL)" in the table "pay_payroll_actions", although we already did the cancel of the request.
In addition, we want to re-run the concurrent program because of no output in the log file.
However, there is no payroll action in the parameter(I mean, we can not select the parameter) when trying to run the concurrent program "Purge Deletion Phase(PURGE_DEL)" again and try to select the payroll action of parameter.
So, we can not judge if the request has been finished successfully or not.

Steps to Reproduce:

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1.  Run "Purge preparation phase"

    For example, the log file said successfully as below.

    Total Assignment count : 1111
    Total Action count     : 1111
    Successfully processed : 1111
  2.  Click the button "Cancel Request" in the form "Requests(FNDRSRUN)" when running the concurrent program "Purge Deletion Phase(PURGE_DEL)"
  3.  We can check there is a payroll action record of "Purge Deletion Phase(PURGE_DEL)" in the table "pay_payroll_actions", although we did the cancel.
  4.  In addition, we want to re-run the concurrent program because of no output in the log file.
     However, there is no payroll action record(I mean, we can not select the parameter) when trying to run the concurrent program "Purge Deletion   Phase(PURGE_DEL)" again and select the payroll action of parameter although we already did the cancel.

Cause

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