Scheduled Request Set Fails with the Error "There are no requests registered for the current stage" During Second Submission
(Doc ID 2804719.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 08, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Concurrent Processing - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 12.2.5 version, MICC Transfer to TSC
Scheduled request set is ending with error in all stage after the second time.
The scheduled request set is ending with error in all stage after the second time in request log file.
First submission completes successfully.
Next submission errors out.
The error "There are no requests registered for the current stage", occurs in every stage during second submission.
Already check and done what is mentioned in the 2550150.1, but still got the same error.
"There are no requests registered for the current stage"
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Log into System Administrator responsibility.
2. Navigate to Requests -> Set.
3. Select 'Request Set Wizard'.
4. Select 'Sequentially (One After Another)' to monitor any failures and then Next.
5. Select 'Abort Processing' to cause request to fail at point of stage failure and then Next.
6. Define Set name.
7. Select Application.
8. Define Description and then Next.
9. Select 'As Each Request in the Set Completes' and then Next.
10. Select first Program Name.
11. Select second Program Name.
12. Select Finish and Ok.
13. Navigate to Security -> Responsibility -> Request.
14. Select Group that request set is to be assigned to.
15. Select Application.
16. Use + sign to add request set previously created and Save.
17. Navigate to Request -> Run and select 'Request Set', then Ok.
18. Query request set previously created.
19. Select Schedule and define when job should run, then click Ok and Submit.
20. When job completes successfully then monitor next scheduled run.
21. In Requests -> Run form check status of stages that complete in Error.
22. Select 'View Log' and error appears for each stage in file.
No noted changes in environment.
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