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GLTTRN: Translation Completes With Error SHRD0030: GLTSCV Encountered an Error Returning from FDFKFA (Doc ID 2575201.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 14, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle General Ledger - Version 12.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
GLTTRN: Translation

Symptoms

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Executing the General Ledger (GL) Translation program shows the following in the log file:

<< gltscs() 01-JAN-2019 12:42:55
segval:  first_time_flag:
32               Y
41               Y
81               Y
The balancing segment value is 32
phase 1 = 0
phase 2 = 1
TTRN0081: Period JAN-19, period average rate                 .815833642700000, and period end rate                 .816177955300000 used for translation.

The balancing segment value is 41
phase 1 = 0
phase 2 = 1
The balancing segment value is 81
phase 1 = 0
phase 2 = 1


....

>> gltscv() 01-JAN-2019 12:53:10
TTRN0008: Retrieving Cumulative Translation Adjustment Account ...
TTRN0008: Retrieving Cumulative Translation Adjustment Account ...
SHRD0039: Balancing Segment Value: 32
TTRN0009: Creating Cumulative Translation Account for 32
CVRCC32:  Enter cost centers 321, 360 with entity 32
SHRD0039: Balancing Segment Value: 32
SHRD0030: gltscv encountered an error returning from fdfkfa

<x gltscv() 01-JAN-2019 12:53:10
SHRD0075: Error in gltscv().

Changes

Executing translation for the first time on a consolidated ledger.

Cause

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