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While Receiving A PO, It Shows The Error: RVTTH-192.rvtthins: Subroutine ORA-01403: no data found returned error (Doc ID 2883840.1)

Last updated on JULY 18, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version 12.2.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.10 version, Receiving Functions
When attempting to Receive a PO, the following error occurs.

ERROR
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RVTTH-080: Subroutine rvtthins() returned error
Cause: Subroutine rvtthins() returned an internal error.
Action: Note this error number and the actions you are trying to perform. Contact your system administrator for assi

RVTTH-192.rvtthins: Subroutine ORA-01403: no data found returned error
Cause: Subroutine ORA-01403: no data found returned an internal error.
Action: Note this error number and the actions you are trying to perform. Conta
Concurrent program RVCTP returned error
Cause: RVCTP encountered an internal error. Parameters: RVCTP,IMMEDIATE,5384608,
Action: Note both this error number and the actions you are trying to perform. Contact your system a

RVTBM-008: Subroutine rvtbm_immediate_mngr() returned error
Cause: Subroutine rvtbm_immediate_mngr() returned an internal error.
Action: Note this error number and the actions you are trying to perform. Contact your syste

RVTBM-120: Subroutine rvtptcontrol() returned error
Cause: Subroutine rvtptcontrol() returned an internal error.
Action: Note this error number and the actions you are trying to perform. Contact your system administrator
Concurrent Manager encountered an error while attempting to start your immediate concurrent program RVCTP. Routine &ROUTINE received a return code of failure.
Contact your support representative.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Go to Purchasing responsibility
2. Navigate to Receiving -> Receipts
3. Query for the details and performing receiving.
4. Program log will show the mentioned error

Changes

 NIL

Cause

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