APP-FND-806 Entering Parameters for Reports Submitted from Payables in R12 (Doc ID 457594.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 04, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle Payables - Version 12.0.0 to 12.0.3 [Release 12.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This problem can occur on any platform.

Symptoms

APP-FND-806 error message appears while entering the parameters for the following reports submitted from a Payables Responsibility:

USER_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_NAME CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_NAME
Account Analysis Report XLAAARPT
Accounts Payable Negative Supplier Balance APXNVBAL
Accounts Payable Trial Balance APTBRPT
Journal Entries Report XLAJELINESRPT
Open Account Balances Listing XLATBRPT
Third Party Balances Report XLATPRPT
Payables Posted Invoice Register APXINRIR
Payables Posted Payment Register APXPTDCR

REPORT:APXINPIR.RDF - Posted Invoice Register
REPORT:APXPTDCR.RDF - Posted Payment Register

The complete error message is as follows:

APP-FND-00806: The default value DD-MON-YY is invalid for the <the date
parameter> segment. Your default value will be ignored. Please inform your
system administrator that:

Add the value DD-MON-YY to the value set for segment <the date parameter, or
choose another default value in the Key Flexfield Segments form or
Descriptive Flexfield Segments form. Use the Edit Concurrent Program or
Define Report Set form for Standard Report Submission report defaults.
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Please enter date value DD-MON-YY in correct format: MM-DD-RRRR

Changes

This issue occurs when the ICX: Date format mask profile is NOT set to format mask = DD-MON-YYYY i.e.

1. Navigate: System Administrator/Profile/System
2. Enter:

User = Enter your user name
Profile = ICX: Date format mask

3. Change the Date format mask for your user to MM-DD-YYYY
4. Log out of the application and log back in as your user.
5. Navigate: Payables Responsibility > Other > Request > Run >Submit one of
the problem reports.

Cause

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