Deleting Order From Quick Sales Order Form In MOAC Responsibility Results In Error Loop
(Doc ID 2258056.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 28, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Order Management - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 12.2.4
In November of 2016 customer re implemented Oracle, moving from 12.1.3 to 12.2.4 as the company restructured their GL - and thus utilizing the features of MOAC (Multi Organization Access Control )
Current value for the profile "MO:Default Operating Unit" = null
When deleting a order from the Quick Sales Order form using MOAC responsibility , customer encounters error(s) which continue to loop.
Customer must hard boot (kill ) the instance to exit the form.
Reviewed customers personalizations for this form = 40, which are disabled when performing the FRD debug . FRD Debug is not getting generated as the session must be killed to exit
Customer has "regened" all the ONT forms
Operating Unit is required to determine the value of a System Parameter
ORG ID is required
APP-ONT-251171: Please select an Order Type
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
When we delete an 'ENTERED' order from the Quick Sales Order form using a MOAC responsibility, we encounter an error loop that we can not exit from.
Steps to recreate:
1) Create new sales order header from a MOAC responsibility using the Quick Sales Order form.
2) SAVE order header to generate an order number.
3) DELETE order from within the Quick Sales Order form using the red X in MOAC responsibility
5) The following error messages will pop up
a. User-Defined Exception
b. Operating Unit is required to determine the value of a System Parameter
c. ORG ID is required
d. APP-ONT-251171: Please select an Order Type
e. The error messages will continue endlessly and the only way to get out of them is with a hard exit.
Note this appears to be similar to a problem that was solved in 11i on BUG ID 1751171
The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, users cannot cancel orders without bringing down the system
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