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Getting Error (2,156) When Trying to Add Items - Using Copy Requisition, Delete a Line and Save (Doc ID 2098015.1)

Last updated on APRIL 02, 2024

Applies to:

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


Getting an error message when trying to add items - using copy requisition, delete a line and save

Steps to Reproduce the Issue:
1) The user is going into eprocurement > Manage Requisitions -
2) selecting a requisition to copy - deletes and line - saves for later -
3) adds additional lines from the catalog and when they add to cart gets the

Error message:

FetchValue: Row 0 not found in scroll level 1. (2,156) REQ_LINE.LINE_NBR.RowInsert Name:update_nav PCPC:2399 Statement:65
Called from:REQ_LINE.LINE_NBR.RowInsert Statement:84
The specified row number is invalid for the indicated scroll level. This may occur with various PeopleCode built-in functions that specify a row within a scroll.
Review the PeopleCode that is generating the message and the page definition and correct as appropriate.

Clicking OK, returns the following message:
4)SetID not found for name='SETID', value='' with record 'LOCATION_TBL', tree ' '. (2,214) PV_REQ_WRK.PV_RETURN_PANEL.FieldChange Name:DisplayAddress PCPC:2951 Statement:35
Called from:REQ_DFLT_TBL.BUSINESS_UNIT.FieldChange Name:chng_sched_addr Statement:236
Called from:ITM_CAT_WRK.ORDER_BUTTON.FieldChange Name:Insert_Req Statement:501
Called from:ITM_CAT_WRK.ORDER_BUTTON.FieldChange Name:place_order Statement:892
Called from:PV_REQ_ITM_WRK.PV_REQ_ITM_ADD.FieldChange Name:Add_Item Statement:777
Called from:PV_ADDITEMS_WRK.ADD_ITEMS.FieldChange Statement:162

The PeopleCode built-in function GetSetID has been called with parameters that were
not found in the table set definitions.

Review the table set control tables and the PeopleCode and correct whichever is wrong.


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