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Transaction Form Raising "APP-FND-01242: Cannot read value from field TGW_HEADER.GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE27" Error. (Doc ID 2501538.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 Transaction form is raising below error while creating a new transaction

APP-FND-01242: Cannot read value from field TGW_HEADER.GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE27 error


Steps to Reproduce:
Responsibility: Receivables Manager

Navigation: Setup : Financials -> Flexfield ->Descriptive Flexfield

   Add segment GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE27 in to flexfield: JG_RA_CUSTOMER_TRX.

Navigation: Transactions-> Transaction->

1) Fill all the mandatory columns including GDF
2) Save

Raises below error

APP-FND-01024: You passed an incorrect value to a flexfield user exit.

Cause: You passed USEDBFLDS="Y" to one of the flexfield user exits #FND POPID | LOADID | VALID | POPDESC | LOADDESC | VALDESC and the form does not have all the database SEGMENT1 - SEGMENTn or ATTRIBUTE1 - ATTRIBUTEn fields.
Action: Set USEDBFLDS="N" if the form does not use the SEGMENTn or ATTRIBUTEn fields.
Action: Check that all the SEGMENTn or ATTRIBUTEn fields are in the form. View previous messages to see which field is missing.

APP-FND-01242: Cannot read value from field TGW_HEADER.GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE27
Cause: The field TGW_HEADER.GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE27 could not be located or read.
Action: This error is normally the result of an incorrectly-entered field name string in a trigger, or a field name string that does not uniquely specify a field in your form. Correct your trigger logic to precisely specify a valid field.





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 2. Fixed Files
 3. Recommended Patches
 4. Solution Steps
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