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Error "Invalid decimal value -- (. (180,106) QS_FUNCLIB_ANLZ.QS_CTLCALCS.FieldFormula Name:QS_CalcWSgrp" when Entering Quality Readings (Doc ID 1962437.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 23, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Quality - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The below error is issued when entering Quality Reading (navigation: Quality, Enter Sampling Information, By Control Plan):

Invalid decimal value -- (. (180,106)

Called from:QS_FUNCLIB_ANLZ.QS_ANLZAPI.FieldFormula  Name:QS_AnalyzeSubgroup
Called from:QS_FUNCLIB_8.QS_SAVE_SGRP_SESSN.FieldFormula Name:Qs_Save_Sgrp_Sessn
Called from:QS_DE_GUIA_WRK.QS_COLROW_NUM.SavePreChange

The specified string is an invalid decimal value.


Steps to replicate the issue:

  1. Defined a new Quality function WAREHSE_AUDIT (navigation: Quality, Define Methods and Procedures, Quality Functions).
  2. Defined a new Traceability Set for Quality function WAREHSE_AUDIT (navigation: Quality, Establish Control Plans, Traceability Sets).
  3. Created a new Attribute Group WAREHSE_AUDIT  (navigation: Quality, Establish Control Plans, Attribute Groups).
  4. Create a new Measurement Plan SHINGLES for Quality function WAREHSE_AUDIT (navigation: Quality, Establish Control Plans, Measurement Plans)
  5. Create a Control Plan for Business Unit = US008, Quality function WAREHSE_AUDIT , Item ID = MT3000 and Measurement Plan = SHINGLES (navigation: Quality, Establish Control Plans, Control Plans)
  6. Start a new session for Business Unit = US008 , Quality function WAREHSE_AUDIT and Item ID = MT3000 (navigation: Quality, Enter Sampling Information, By Control Plan).
  7. For Sample  1, enter 0.020 as first reading.
  8. Move to Sample 2 and enter reading 0.019.
  9. Click 'Apply' > the above error is issue.




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