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Uncosted Transaction Error: CSTPACIN.COST_INV_TXN:CSTPACDP.inv_cost_txn (10): ORA-01403: no data found (Doc ID 246762.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 03, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Cost Management - Version and later
Oracle Inventory Management - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
FORM:INVTVTXN.FMB - View Transactions
EXECUTABLE:CMCACW - Actual Cost Worker
This document includes all versions of Oracle EBS 11i and R12 and later


This document provides the detailed instructions for fixing transactions in the MTL_MATERIAL_TRANSACTIONS MMT table with error "CSTPACIN.COST_INV_TXN:CSTPACDP.inv_cost_txn (10)". This issue can occur when Processing Transactions, running the Cost Manager, or Closing an Inventory Accounting Period. The full error that occurs in MMT:

The following errors are different and NOT addressed by this document:

CSTPACIN.COST_INV_TXN:CSTPACDP.insert_account (3) ORA-01403: no data found
CSTPACIN.COST_INV_TXN:CSTPAVCP.interorg (6): ORA-01403: no   data found
CSTPACIN.COST_INV_TXN:CSTPACDP.insert_account (10) ORA-01403: aucune donnée trouvée
CSTPACDP.cost_txn30ORA-01403: no data found
CSTPACIN.COST_INV_TXN:CSTPACDP.inv_cost_txn (35): ORA-01403: no data found
CSTPACIN.COST_INV_TXN:CSTPACDP.inv_cost_txn (60): ORA-01403: no data found

This document will also show all the available information regarding the Root Cause of this data corruption.

Please use this document in the following order:
A. Identification Scripts: This will confirm if you are having this data corrution.
B. Verifying your file versions: This will allow you and Support to confirm if you are already using a known fixed version.
C. Root Cause Analysis. It shows all the relevant information about this issue Root Cause.
D. Datafix Intructions. It will provide steps for fixing the data corruption.


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In this Document
 A - Identification Scripts.
 B - Verifying your File Versions.
 C -  Root Cause Analysis.
 1. Missing Subinventory
 2. New Root- Causes?
 D - Datafix.
 1. Identify Data.
 2. Backup Data.
 3- Run the Datafix Script.
 4- Check the Data.

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