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When A Segment for Short Term Debit Account is Inactive, "Bills Receivable Remittance concurrent program" throws ORA-20001 Error (Doc ID 2314838.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 06, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.2.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When the segment for Short Term Debit is inactive, "Bills Receivable Remittance concurrent program" has ORA-20001 error.

Reproduced Steps

  1. Check Activity GL Account for Short Term Debt (For example) 

    Activity GL Account : 10.100.10.A1000.0000

  2. Change the status of the segment value "A1000" to inactive in Segments

  3. Create a Bills Receivable

  4. Create Bills Receivable remittance batch and try to approve it.
    Bills Receivable Remittance concurrent program has error below.
    ARBRRMCP: Bills Receivable Remittance concurrent program
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

    Current system time is 19-SEP-2017 10:42:04

    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

    **Starts**19-SEP-2017 10:42:04
    **Ends**19-SEP-2017 10:42:12
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    Start of log messages from FND_FILE
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    auto_create_remit_program(+)
    ----------- ACTIONS ----------------
    create_flag N
    approve_flag Y
    format_flag N
    print_flag N
    print_bills_flag N
    cancel_flag N
    Batch ID 206104
    approve_remit_pvt (+)
    EXCEPTION : ARP_PROGRAM_BR_REMIT.approve_remit_pvt - ROLLBACK
    ORA-20001: APP-AR-11526: ACTIVITY_APPLICATION : User-Defined Exception
    Entering payment processing...
    auto_create_remit_program(-)
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

      

Changes

 

Cause

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