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Define Reporting Codes Form Errors With FRM-40654 On Header Modification Attempt (Doc ID 2970401.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 01, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle U.S. Federal Financials - Version 12.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

User has several adjustments to make to their Define Reporting Codes form within Federal Financials.
 
The user is able to delete the detail records from the form.
 
However, when the user attempts to delete the header record, the form gives the following error:
 
 
FRM-40654: Record has been updated by another user. Re-query to see changes.
 
 
As user is not able to update header records in the Reporting Codes Form, reports do not reflect the correct codes for the appropriate Funds.
 
 
STEPS TO REPRODUCE
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1 - Delete the details from the "Reporting Code Mapping" block of the form save the change.
2 - Exit the form completely.
3 - Navigate back to the form and query the record you want using F11, enter the needed value then CTRL + F11.
4 - Uncheck the "Use Reporting Code Mapping" and save that change.
5 - Exit the form completely.
6 - Navigate back to the form and query the record you want to delete using F11, enter the needed value then CTRL + F11.
7 - Now try to delete the record.
 
User still, gets the error when unchecking the "use reporting code mapping" box, it will not allow save. Same FRM-40654 error message.
 
MILESTONE_NAME
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Implementing required enhancement:
 
Enhancements to Accommodate Budget Object Class and Disaster Emergency Fund Code for GTAS and DATA Act Reporting, Release 12 (Doc ID 2844723.1)

Changes

Patches applied as per required enhancement documented in note 2844723.1.

Enhancements to Accommodate Budget Object Class and Disaster Emergency Fund Code for GTAS and DATA Act Reporting, Release 12 (Doc ID 2844723.1)

Cause

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