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'View Party Screening Results' Link Displayed for Previously Screened Involved Party with Qualifier set as Value for gtm.rps.involved_party_qual.exclude Property (Doc ID 2367642.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Global Trade Management - Version 6.4.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The gtm.rps.involved_party_qual.exclude property is set to an involved party qualifier value to specify the party qualifiers on the trade transaction that should be excluded from restricted party screening (i.e. SHIP_FROM). The property is set after a restricted party screening is done for the respective party. However, when viewing the trade transaction, the 'View Party Screening Results' link is still displayed for the involved party for which the property has been set to exclude.

It is expected that the 'View Party Screening Results' link not be displayed for the involved party after setting the gtm.rps.involved_party_qual.exclude property to the respective involved party qualifier.

The issue can be reproduced with the following steps:

1. Prior to setting the property gtm.rps.involved_party_qual.exclude, perform a restricted party screening for a party on the transaction.
2. Set the property gtm.rps.involved_party_qual.exclude to an involved party qualifier for which you wish to exclude from a restricted party screening (i.e. SHIP_FROM)
3. Search for and select a trade transaction for an involved party of SHIP_FROM for which a screening has been performed for in step 1.
4. The 'View Party Screening Results' link will still be displayed for the SHIP_FROM involved party.

Note: The involved party qualifier of SHIP_FROM was used as an example. Any involved party qualifier set for property gtm.rps.involved_party_qual.exclude will result in the same behavior.


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