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API Error to Create/Update Lease Contracts and Equipments (Doc ID 2724366.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 03, 2020

Applies to:

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

Goal


A. Procedure PN_LEASE_PVT.Create_Lease


While creating a lease contract the procedure Create_Lease ended with a conversion error:

ORA-01454: Cannot convert column into numeric datatype

It was because of declaration:

initialization of p_Api_Version VARCHAR2(10) := '1.0';

This parameter is declared everywhere as NUMBER. In this procedure it is declared as VARCHAR2. Calling this procedure cause a conversion error.


B. Package PN_EQUIP_LEASE_PVT.Validate_Equip_Lease

Tried to create a new asset for an Equipment Contract (in Final status) and added it to a new payment. Could create the asset but not the payment. The payment creation ended with bellow error:

'Asset xxxx should be associated with at least one payment term'.

That it is because of the following check in the procedure PN_EQUIP_LEASE_PVT.Validate_Equip_Lease:

  -- for amend, no need to check asset, payment match
  IF p_Equip_Lease_Context <> 'AMEND' THEN
  OPEN pmt_ast_exists;
  FETCH pmt_ast_exists INTO l_asset_num;
   IF pmt_ast_exists%FOUND THEN
   fnd_message.set_name ('PN', 'PN_AST_PMT');
   fnd_message.set_token ('ASSET_NUM', l_asset_num);
   fnd_msg_pub.ADD;
   x_Msg_Count:=x_Msg_Count+1;
   x_Msg_Data:=FND_MSG_PUB.GET(1);
   RAISE fnd_api.g_exc_error;
  END IF;
  CLOSE pmt_ast_exists;
  END IF;

The problem is that context of that procedure while calling from API is 'AMENDAPI'. After changing the condition to
IF p_Equip_Lease_Context not in ('AMEND','AMENDAPI') the API works properly.


Is there any patch that correct it?
 

Solution

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