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Error: Your Budgetary Control Action Completed Successfully Then Unexpected Error (Doc ID 2171349.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 25, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Contract Lifecycle Management for Public Sector - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.2.4 version, Award/PO

User performed a funds check and it passed, however user receives the following validation error message
in the new Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) document when validating the document.

Cannot submit an award for approval.

Your Budgetary Control action completed successfully

Update award, then
Error page You have encountered an unexpected error. please contact the system Administrator for assistance

Award type being used is IAA
1. Log in to CLM responsibility
2. Navigate to CLM Contracting Professional>Demand Workbench>Awards
3. Click the Search button
4. Enter Award # in the Award field
5. Click Go
6. Click the Award link, find award.
7. Click the Update button
8. Select Check funds from the Actions drop down menu
9. Click Go
  Budgetary Control action completed successfully
  Buttons "View Results" "OK"
10. View results
  New page: Budgetary Control Results
  Result Status type: Passed Check
  Result message: Increase in funds does not require funds check
  Base amount: -230,000.00
11. Click the Ok button
12. At Update of award
  Select Validate Document from the Actions drop down menu
  See 3 lines

13. Click the Go button
14. View Results
  Error Your budgetary Control action completed successfully
15. Click Submit
  Error Page:
  Encountered an unexpected error contact System Administrator (see attachment)

The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, users cannot submit an award for approval.


 Applied patch 23340671.


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