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Request Set Runs Immediately After Changing Schedule Date And Fails When Changing The Recalc Parameters And During Second Submission Generating A CANNOT insert null into FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES.RELEASE_CLASS_NAME Error (Doc ID 2638531.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 13, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Concurrent Processing - Version 12.2.6 to 12.2.9 [Release 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.6 version, Concurrent Manager Issues

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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There are three scenarios in which this issue affects an instance:


a. Navigate to System Administrator-->Concurrent-->Requests.
- Schedule request set on a periodic schedule to start immediately and to run every day with "Recalculate Parameters" checked.
- Wait till the first occurrence is run and next occurrence is scheduled.
- Click on View Details of next occurrence of scheduled request set and view the schedule details.
- Uncheck the "Recalculate Parameters" checkbox and click on OK button.
- Click on Update button in Request Set details form.
- Refresh the Requests form and verify that Request Set started running which was in scheduled status before.

 

b. Update a request set definition to have default recalc_params value of Y.
- Begin a new submission for the request set.
- Enter the schedule page, choose periodic and override the new default of recalc params from Y to N.
- Click ok at to close the schedule page.
- Re-enter the schedule page.
- Note that the value is back at the default Y.

 

c. Submit two request sets in a row, both with periodic schedules.
The second one will fail with:
CANNOT insert null into FND_CONC_RELEASE_CLASSES.RELEASE_CLASS_NAME

 


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Expect it to show the next date in the schedule information should show the date of the pending next run.



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