Last updated on MAY 22, 2017
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Error When Adding a New Requisition Line to a Requisition Where a Cancelled Requisition Linen Already Exists.
Error message “Thread id 65 attempted an illegal state transition from Approved to Pending. (18081,1006)” displayed when a new line is added to a requisition where a cancelled line exists and Workflow Approval Required is selected on the PO Business Unit Definition, on Requisition Change Options page.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. On Business Unit US005 Purchasing Definition – Requisition Change Options page, selected Workflow Approval Required.
2. Logged as user id VP1, created a new US005 Requisition by copying Requisition US005-000000002.
3. Requisition US005-0000000008 created in Pending status.
4. Requisition requires approval by User VP2
5. Signed in as VP2 and went to the Worklist. Selected Requisition US005-0000000008
6. Clicked Approve button.
7. Requisition is Approved
8. Signed back in as user VP1 and accessed Requisition US005-0000000008.
Clicked on Budget Check
9. Requisition is budget checked. Clicked on line 2 details.
10. Clicked the Cancel X.
11. Click Yes to the message.
12. Requisition header displays Approved.
13. After Saving the Requisition Header Status changed to See Lines.
14. Added a requisition line 4.
15. When Saved, the following error message displayed:
Thread id 65 attempted an illegal state transition from Approved to Pending. (18081,1006) EOAW_CORE.Utils.OnExecute Name:ThrowIllegalStateTransitionException PCPC:20444 Statement:517
Called from:EOAW_CORE.ENGINE.Thread.OnExecute Name:Activate Statement:256
Called from:EOAW_CORE.ENGINE.PathInst.OnExecute Name:Launch Statement:58
Called from:EOAW_CORE.ENGINE.StageInst.OnExecute Name:InnerLaunch Statement:211
Called from:EOAW_CORE.ENGINE.StageInst.OnExecute Name:Launch Statement:229
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