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In Claims Screen Receiving Error Message When Flexfield Is Enabled (Doc ID 2728215.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 12, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Trade Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Trade Management > Claims >

In Claims header screen receiving error message on Flexfield field.


Enable the following descriptive flexfield and make the segment as required.
  Flexfield: Application- Marketing    Title- Claims
  Add a flexfield segment that is marked as required.
  Save and compile
  Clear the middle tier cache via Functional Administrator

Goto Trade Management > Claims > open a claim
  Goto the Flexfield , no value
  Do not populate the flexfield segment
  Click update button


<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 width=100%> <tr> <td> </td> <td
colspan=7> </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td><img alt=''
src='/OA_MEDIA/jtfutrpx.gif' width=1 height=1></td> <td
class=OraBGAccentDark><img alt='' src='/OA_MEDIA/jtfumsg.gif' width=13
height=13></td> <td class=OraBGAccentDark colspan=5> <img alt=''
src='/OA_MEDIA/jtfutrpx.gif' width=1 height=1></td> <td
class=OraBGAccentDark><img src='/OA_MEDIA/jtfutrpx.gif' width=13
height=1></td> <td><img alt='' src='/OA_MEDIA/jtfutrpx.gif' width=1
height=1></td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td class=OraBGAccentDark> </td> <td
class=OraBGAccentDark><img alt='Error' src='/OA_MEDIA/jtfuerro.gif' width=32
height=32></td> <td class=OraBGAccentDark> </td> <td
class=errorHeader>Error</td> <td class=errorMessage><img alt=''
src='/OA_MEDIA/jtfutrpx.gif' width=20 height=1></td><td class=errorMessage
width=100%> <li><a href="#OZFClaimDtailFrm.OBJ.ATTRIBUTE2.AMSAMS_CLAM">Claim
DFF1 is a required field.<br></a> </td> <td class=OraBGAccentDark> </td>
<td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td><img alt='' src='/OA_MEDIA/jtfutrpx.gif' width=1
height=1></td> <td class=OraBGAccentDark colspan=7><img alt=''
src='/OA_MEDIA/jtfutrpx.gif' width=1 height=10></td> <td><img alt=''
src='/OA_MEDIA/jtfutrpx.gif' width=1 height=1></td> </tr> </table>







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