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R12: AP: "ERROR: After call to Check_Valid_Party_ID" When Trying To Create A Non-Employee AP Supplier Linked To A PERSON-type Party AR customer. (Doc ID 2534578.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.2.7 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.7 version, Supplier Issues

Unable to create link a new Non-Employee AP supplier to a PERSON-type party AR customer.

The AP_VENDOR_PUB_PKG.Check_Valid_Party_Id Unable to create Vendor for a defined Customer / TCA Party.
 
FND Debug Log messages show the following

...
AP.PLSQL.AP_VENDOR_PUB_PKGValidate_Vendor Call to Validate payee
AP.PLSQL.AP_VENDOR_PUB_PKG Call to Validate party_id
AP.PLSQL.AP_VENDOR_PUB_PKG.Check_Valid_Party_Id Begin Check_Valid_Party_Id API
AP.PLSQL.AP_VENDOR_PUB_PKG.Check_Valid_Party_Id Validate Party_id for Non-Employee Type Supplier
AP.PLSQL.AP_VENDOR_PUB_PKG.Check_Valid_Party_Id Invalid Party_ID. For a Non-Employee Type Supplier, PARTY_ID cannot be of type PERSON
AP.PLSQL.AP_VENDOR_PUB_PKG.Check_Valid_Party_Id End Check_Valid_Party_Id API
AP.PLSQL.AP_VENDOR_PUB_PKGValidate_Vendor ERROR: After call to Check_Valid_Party_ID(p_party_id... Parameters: party_id: 11532053 p_employee: N
AP.PLSQL.AP_VENDOR_PUB_PKGValidate_Vendor Call to Validate vendor number
...

 

Changes

 This works well in Release 12.1.3 but fail to process after upgrade to Release 12.2.7.

Cause

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