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Entering Business Group Work Day Information, Error's: APP-FND-00730: This Flexfield has an Invalid Value Set. (Doc ID 361779.1)

Last updated on JUNE 16, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Human Resources - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When attempting to enter Workday Information, the following error occurs:

APP-FND-00730: This flexfield has an invalid value set.
It may use a special value set that uses an Edit event user exit, and the user exit has failed. If you are using a form on graphical user interface (GUI) you may have an invalid value set of a different type, possibly a table-validated value set where the table or view does not exists or where there is an invalid WHERE clause.

Contact your system administrator or support representative to check and correct the value sets this flexfield uses.

<OK> <Details...>


APP-FND-00738: Error detected when attempting to load value sets in routine SETUP_DESCR_VSETS
APP-FND-00706: Routine FDFAVS3: : Detected a data error.
APP-FND-00706: Routine FDFATS3_TBL: : Detected a data error.
APP-FND-00770: Program error: Invalid arguments to the flexfield routines.
Please inform your support representative that:

Flexfield cannot interpret combination QuickPick column clause. The flexfield user exit #FND POPID has been called incorrectly.

Make sure the COLUMN= parameter is correct. Make sure the display width is specified properly with no spaces, and with both open and close parentheses.
APP-FND-01103: Error : Message PER-HR_JP_DESCRIPTION is not valid.                                                                                                                 

Cause : The Message does not exist or the message file was not generated.


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

1. HRMS Manager Resp > Workstructures > Organization > Description
2. Setup Business Group
Business Group > Others > Workday Information
3. Placing the cursor in the field generates the error.


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