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RVCTP Completes in Error RVTTH-010: Subroutine rvtthins() RVTTH-190: ORA-20100: FND_FILE Failed (Doc ID 401498.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 14, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version 11.5.10.2 to 12.1.3 [Release 11.5.10 to 12.1]
Oracle Item Master - Version 12.2.5 to 12.2.5 [Release 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 5-Jun-2014***

Symptoms

When attempting to perform any receipt (on standard or localized form) the following errors occur:

1) If Profile Option RCV: Processing Mode is set to Batch or Immediate
The receiving transaction processor completes in error
RVCTP module: Receiving Transaction Processor
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

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

2) If  Profile Option RCV: Processing Mode is set to Online
After saving the receipt, a popup window appears with only Note as Header and OK button.
No more message is included.

Steps
1) Receipts / Receipts
2) Enter a receipt header
3) Select the receipt lines to be received
4) Save
5) Receipt number gets generated
6) RVCTP fails

Find Transaction Statuses form shows
-> all records are stuck with
RVTTH-190: ORA-20100: File I0003750.tmp creation for FND_FILE failed...

Cause

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