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Unable To Publish Workplan - Supplier Cost Expenditure Item Date Not In Valid Task Date Range (Doc ID 2366206.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Project Planning and Control - Version 12.2.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In Workplan, Navigate to Tasks > Maintain Versions
Actions: Update Current Working Version
Review and Submit Workplan
Workplan version is submitted for approval through workflow
The Workplan Version is approved.

When the user goes back to the workplan maintenance, the following Warning Message is given
"Any pending approval requests will be cancelled. After rework you must resubmit the workplan version for approval. Are you sure you want to rework?"

Confirm - No/Yes

Workflow is complete, no actions are Pending.

Supplier Invoice with an expenditure item date after the Finish Date of the task was identified

Customer Cancelled the invoice in Accounts Payable.

Ran PRC: Interface Supplier Costs program with "Interface Supplier Interface" parameter as "Yes"

Nothing was interfaced to Projects, and customer was unable to query the invoice.

After cancelling the invoice the customer tried to publish the workplan, and started getting the following error.

"1. The latest published version of this structure has updated progress information that has not been applied to the working version that you are attempting to publish. You can apply these progress information updates to the working version and then publish it, or you can publish the working version without the progress updates."
"2. You have charged a supplier invoice to this task with a finish date that is after the task finish date. Please revise the task finiah date so that it is the same or later than the supplier invoice finish date: '10-OCT-2017'"




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