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Application Emergency Message When Trying To Run the PRC: Distribute Usage and Miscellaneous Costs (Doc ID 2701788.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 10, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Project Costing - Version 12.2.8 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Upgrade from 11.5.9 to 12.2.8.

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1.  Created a new menu/function for running the standard request, PRC: Distribute Usage and Miscellaneous Costs.  The menu/function were created following the steps below:

a. Navigation: >System Administrator responsibility>Application>Function.

A new function was created with the following example data.

Under the Description tab:
Function: XX_DIST_USAGE_MISC
User Function Name: PRC: Distribute Usage and Miscellaneous Costs

Under the Properties tab:
Type: Form
Context Dependence: Responsibility

Under the Form tab:
Form: Run Reports
Application: Application Object Library
Parameters: TITLE="PRC: Distribute Usage and Miscellaneous Costs" CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_NAME="PASDUC" PROGRAM_APPL_SHORT_NAME="PA"

b. Navigation: >System Administrator responsibility>Application>Menu.

The menu/function is to be attached to the menu (i.e. PA_IMP_SUPERUSER_GUI).

New record was created with the following example data.

Prompt: Distribute Usage & Misc Costs
Function: User Function Name=PRC: Distribute Usage and Miscellaneous Costs

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2. The user will access the menu/function from the main menu's responsibility (i.e. PA Responsibility) made for directly running the standard request,
PRC: Distribute Usage and Miscellaneous Costs.

Example navigation to access the process: >PA responsibility>PRC: Distribute Usage and Miscellaneous Costs

When clicking on PRC: Distribute Usage and Miscellaneous Costs menu/function, there are Application Emergency Message errors.

Application emergency message:

Message dictionary couldn't open the PRC application message
file. Message Dictionary Error - A file pathname could not
be constructed for the application PRC. This error often
indicates that the Application Basepath (e.g. FND_TOP) or
Subdirectory (APPLMSG) environment variables do not have a
valid value."

The user then presses the OK button and the request can be run.

How can the Application Emergency Message be resolved?

Solution

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