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Get Error: Address Style US Does Not Exist In Value Set $Flex$.DF_CONTENTS (Doc ID 377535.1)

Last updated on MARCH 14, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Self-Service Human Resources - Version to 12.2 [Release 11.5.10 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When creating a contingent worker placement in Manager Self-Service responsibility, the following error occurs:

Address Style US does not exist in the value set $FLEX$.DF_CONTEXTS

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Manager Self-Service.
2. Contingent Worker Placement.
3. Enter Last Name, first name, dob, ssn, title, gender,
4. Under Main Address select Type - Home Address,
5. Country - United States.
6. Get the error

Due to this issue, users are unable to place contingent workers.

Displayed the Descriptive Flexfield in the base application for Personal Address Information.
Checked how the context value was entered and which segments were displayed and enabled and how
they were typed. These were matching the ones we entered in self service personalization for the
Main Address region on Contigent Worker.

Went back into personalization for Contingent Worker Main Address and removed the previous entry
of all the countries and their segments from the Site level. Only the US_GLB context value and
segments were added back in under the Site level. This was applied and the segments displayed
this time when returning to the application.

The entire list of countries and their segments is not needed at this time. If more countries are
needed in the future, these can be added in after the US_GLB segments and a double pipe || needs
to be entered to separate each contact value and segments.

The address information was successfully entered in for the contigent worker and the error message
is no longer received.


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