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HR_51231_ASG_MISSING_ASG A Value has Been Provided for a Non-enabled or Non-existent Descriptive Flexfield Segment. (SEGMENT=ATTRIBUTE2) (VALUE=01) Error When Updating Additional Personal Details (Doc ID 744614.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle iRecruitment - Version 11.5.10 HRMS FP.K RUP9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When an employee or ex-employee enters into iRecruitment system and before applying for any open
position directly selects the context value 'Applicant' and updates the Additional Personal Details DFF values under 'My Account,' the following error occurs:

ERROR
HR_51231_ASG_MISSING_ASG
A value has been provided for a non-enabled or non-existent descriptive flexfield segment.
(SEGMENT=ATTRIBUTE2) (VALUE=01)

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

1. Configure the 'Additional Personal Details' DFF to have 3 context fields: Applicant (25
segments) / Employee (2 segments) / Contact (2 segments).

2. The employee/ ex-employee is given a value for the segment 2 of the context 'Employee'.

3. Employee/ ex-employee logs in to the iRecruitment system through IrcVisitor.jsp page.

4. Click the tab 'My Account".

5. Context field defaults to 'Employee.' Change context field to 'Applicant' and enter the additional information.

6. Click save.

7. Error message encountered:

A value has been provided for a non-enabled or non-existent descriptive flexfield segment.
(SEGMENT=ATTRIBUTE2) (VALUE=01)
or
hr_51231_ASG_MISSING_ASG

On the other hand, if the employee/ex-employee applies for a job, selects the 'Applicant' context
value, fills the details and submits the application and then goes to 'My Account' to update any
date and save - no error occurs.

Cause

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