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GLXBDUPL: Upload (Import) Budget Ends With Error B (Doc ID 2399011.1)

Last updated on JULY 11, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle General Ledger - Version 12.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
GLXBDUPL
GLXBDENT

Symptoms

PROBLEM DESCRIPTION
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Create a budget journal in WebADI and attempt to upload it to Oracle General Ledger or populate the GL_BUDGET_INTERFACE with an external program and attempt to upload the records into Oracle General Ledger as follows:

Responsibility = General Ledger Super User
Navigation = Budget/Enter/Upload
Form Name = GLXBDUPL (Upload Budgets)

1. Select a Budget and Budget Organization from the list of values (LOV).

2. Click on the [Upload] button.

3. This spawns a concurrent process.
When you view your request (Navigation: Help/View My Request) you see the process completed with a status of "Normal."

4. You click on the [Report] button to view the Budget Spreadsheet Upload Execution Report. Your report displays the following error:

(B) One or more of the following is true:
1. The budget is Frozen or Inactive
2. The organization is Frozen for this budget
3. The organization is not active
4. The account is Frozen for this organization and budget
5. The account could not be assigned to the given organization
6. The account is not assigned to the given organization as 'Entered'
7. The account has an invalid currency

Attempting to enter a budget value via the budget enter form also results in error:

Responsibility = General Ledger Super User
Navigation = Budget/Enter/Amounts
Form Name = GLXBDENT (Enter Budgets)

Entering data for one of the accounts having the error B above using the same Budget and Budget Organization
shows form error APP-SQLGL-08038: This Account is frozen for the budget organization XXXX and budget XXXXX.

The budget status is open and the correct period is open for entering the budget data.
The budget organization is not end dated and has the proper account ranges defined to allow the account data to be entered.

Changes

 

Cause

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