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Configurable Matrices Output Field Limitation (Doc ID 2193920.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 07, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM eCompensation - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Need to create a configurable matrix with 30+ output fields, however, there is a limitation that only allows 29 output fields to be included for new matrices and the addition of more fields results in the following error:

Maximum number of Outputs has been reached. (1021,1082)

The maximum number of matrix Outputs has already been defined, so you cannot create a new Output. Please delete the Output row you just inserted.

Also, if the matrix is accessed in Correct History mode, then a 30th output field can be added but the addition of more fields results in the following error:

Class Record method GetField field LKUP_DATA_CHAR31 is invalid. (2,273) WCS_RESULT.LookupDefnComponent.LkupDefnCompResBase.OnExecute Name:ConfigureDataDisplay PCPC:2603 Statement:44
Called from:WCS_RESULT.LookupDefnComponent.LkupDefnCompSimpleDate.OnExecute Name:ConfigureDataDisplay Statement:23
Called from:WCS_LOOKUPTABLE.Definition.Core.DataMgrDefn.OnExecute Name:ConfigureContentDataCol Statement:634
Called from:WCS_LOOKUPTABLE.Definition.Core.DataMgrDefn.OnExecute Name:ConfigureContentData Statement:570
Called from:WCS_LOOKUPTABLE.Definition.Core.DataMgrDefn.OnE

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigation: Main Menu > Set Up HCM > Common Definitions > Configurable Matrices > Define Matrices
2. Add a New Value
3. On Outputs tab, Add 29 rows in Matrix Outputs
4. Upon adding a new row, number 30, the above error is displayed
5. Save Matrix with 29 Matrix Outputs
6. Navigate out and then access the Matrix again in Correction Mode
7. Upon adding 2 more rows, number 31, the second error is displayed




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