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Fluid UI - Employee Self Service - Error Editing and Saving Name, Address & Marital Status: "Error when Attempting to Trigger Business Process / Event: HR_SS_WORK_EVENTS / EE_NAME_CHANGE_FL " (Doc ID 2013973.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Human Resources - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Error occurs when details edited under Employe self service in Fluid UI:

Main Menu -> Employee Self Service -> Personal Details -> Name

Main Menu -> Employee Self Service -> Personal Details -> Marital Status

Main Menu -> Employee Self Service -> Personal Details -> Address

Record field not found.
The Message Agent was instructed to map data to a field that is not defined in the current message definition.  Please verify that the field that you wish to map to has been properly defined in the message definition for the current activity or verify your syntax.
Field names are case-sensitive.  For example, emplid, EMPLID, EmplId are all different.
Error when attempting to trigger Business Process / Event: HR_SS_WORK_EVENTS / EE_NAME_CHANGE_FL
There is a problem in calling TriggerBusinessEvent for the indicated Business Process/Event.
Review the program for errors.  If necessary, run a PeopleCode trace to determine the program that failed.
TriggerBusinessEvent failed for HR_SS_WORK_EVENTS.HR_EE_NAME_FL-EE_NAME_CHANGE_FL.
FUNCLIB_WF.WF_APPR_FUNCTIONS.FieldFormula  Name:NotifyAdmin  PCPC:28879   Statement:376
Called from:HR_FL.ESS.Names.OnExecute  Name:WorkFlow  Statement:272
Called from:HR_EE_NAME_FL.GBL.Workflow  Statement:2
The PeopleCode TriggerBusinessEvent built-in function was used by the specified PeopleCode program and failed to execute correctly on the client workstation.




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