R12: Advisory Level Funds Checker Fails with Error APP-SQLGL-08204 Your Transaction(s) Failed Funds Check
(Doc ID 549103.1)
Last updated on JULY 24, 2019
Applies to:Oracle General Ledger - Version 12.0.0 and later
Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.0 and later
Oracle Public Sector Financials - Version 12.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Form:GLXBDORG.FMB - Define Budget Organization
Form:GLXACSUM.FMB - Summary Accounts
- you have enabled Budgetary Control & completed the Budgeting Setup
- you have assigned the range of accounts to your budget and set the budget level to Advisory
- you have available funds that consider your boundary settings
- GL - you attempt to enter a manual journal in GL using accounts from the mentioned range and the following error message is displayed while saving:
- 'APP-SQLGL-08204 Your transaction(s) failed funds check'
- GL - click on the 'View results' button: all the accounts combinations/lines have a status of 'Rejected' even if some specific code combinations do not require funds check
- PO - you create a Requisition and send it for approval; when navigating to: Tools > Check funds displays the following error message:
- 'Your budgetary control action completed with exceptions'
Note the status is 'pre-approved' and checking the user notification shows: 'Approval workflow database error occurs while approving Standard Purchase order ..';
Give your system administrator the following information:
Error: User-defined exception
From, sysadmin the error message is visible:
Monitor errors : Workflow errors: POAPPRV...
Failed activity: reserve document
Activity type: Function
Error message: ORA-06512 at line
Error stack: Wf_Engine_Util.Function_Call(PO_REQAPPROVAL_ACTION.RESERVE_DOC, POAPPRV, ...)
- AP - while doing invoice fund check the following message is displayed: '
- There was an error in creation of accounting and budgetary control cannot be performed. Please view accounting from the tools menu to see specific errors'.
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