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New Enrollment Status Created Causing Default To All Course Attended (Doc ID 2390571.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Learning Management - Version 12.1 HRMS RUP5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.1.3 version, Enrollment Admin

The following error is displayed while deleting new enrollment status: Attend Passed * which is being used in an enrollment.
You cannot delete this record because it contains one or more children in the @table. (ENTITY_NAME=Booking status history)

New Enrollment Status: : Attend Passed * created causing default to all course attended .

Customer created a new enrollment status: Attend Passed *.   This enrollment status was not tested and was placed in Production.
Now whenever their learners takes a course and completes the course, it is defaulting to the new enrollment status: Attend Passed * even it is not set as default in profile .OTA:Default Attended Enrollment Status .
Customer has tried to disabled the new status: Attended Passed* - still it is picking and generating the error below when trying to delete.

The asterisk(*) nothing to do with status being Mandatory.
Originally it was a different text , since it was defaulting and confusing user, the status has been renamed with a asterisk(*) to distinguish.


You can not delete this record because it contains one or more children in the table. (ENTITY_NAME=Booking status history )


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Try to deleting the new enrollment status: Attended Passed*


Hence in Oracle we cannot place an asterisk(*) sign against "Enrollment Status" as this status is not always mandatory <Bug 26161924>.
It is dependent on the class status selected. This has been the case in 12.1.X and 12.2.X .
Enrollment Status is mandatory only if class status is changed to Planned, Cancelled or Closed.
If class status is changed to Normal or Full, then enrollment status is not mandatory.




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