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In Oracle iProcurement With ECCV7, the iProcurement ECC Data Load Parent Program Is Marked As Successful, Even Though the Child Process Failed (Doc ID 2928415.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 16, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Enterprise Command Center Framework - Version 12.2.4 and later
Oracle iProcurement - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In Oracle iProcurement, Release 12.2.4 and higher, along with Enterprise Command Center (ECC) version 7 (ECCv7), the parent concurrent program "iProcurement ECC Data Load" shows the status of completed successfully, even when the child program for Full Load" has failed.

It is expected that the parent concurrent process will also have status "Failed" when one of its child processes has failed.

Steps To Reproduce

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Log in to Oracle Applications.

2. Navigate to Purchasing Super User responsibility > Reports > Run.

3. Submit the concurrent program "iProcurement ECC Data Load", with parameter Load Type = FULL_LOAD.
This spawns two child concurrent programs:
a. ECC Run Data Load with type = METADATA_LOAD
b. ECC Run Data Load with type = FULL_LOAD

4. Monitor for the completion of the programs.
a. ECC Run Data Load with type = METADATA_LOAD has completed normal, successful.
b. ECC Run Data Load with type = FULL_LOAD has failed.
c. The parent process iProcurement ECC Data Load then has a status of completed normal, successful. It is expected that the program would have status "Failed" since one of its child programs has failed.


Implemented ECCv7, using instructions in the following document:
- <Note:2821769.1> - Installing Oracle Enterprise Command Center Framework, Release 12.2 V7


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