When Adding an Applicant To Applicant List, error: Class Row: assumed property HRS_LIST is not a valid record name. (2,269)

(Doc ID 2009403.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 12, 2017

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Talent Acquisition Manager - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When attempting to add an applicant to a new applicant list immediately after adding the applicant to a different applicant list, the following occurs:

Class Row: assumed property HRS_LIST is not a
valid record name. (2,269) HRS_ARM.CMP_HRS_LIST.UI.ListUI.OnExecute
Name:updateSearchResultRowset  PCPC:22778  Statement:316
Called from:HRS_ARM.CMP_HRS_LIST.BUS.ListController.OnExecute  Name:doAction  Statement:69
Called from:HRS_APPL_LIST.GBL.HRS_ARM_WRK2.HRS_LST_CONTINUE.FieldChange  Statement:31

The specified object property is assumed to be a record name, but the record is not found in the current object.


Problem does not occur when using "Create New List" link upon first arriving at the Manage Applicant List page.  
Problem does not occur when adding a person to an existing list, and then clicking the "Create New List".
Problem does not occur when creating the list first from Applicant List component.


1.  Navigation:  Main Menu > Recruiting > Search Applications > Applicant Lists
2.  Enter search criteria and select "Add Applicant to List" from Other Actions column for one applicant in the applicant list.
3.  Select the "Create New List" option on the page showing list of applicant lists.
4.  Provide a new list name.
5.  The new list is displayed with the one applicant selected in step 2 above.

The above steps work as expected.

1. Without exiting the component, from Manage Applicant Lists page, select the link in the top of the page to "Create New List." (No applicants in the list have been selected.)
2.  Create New List dialog appears.
3.  Enter new list information and click "save." (using a different list name from the above scenario).
4.  The above message is displayed.


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