After Implementing FSCM PUM 020 on PT 8.53, Getting Error Opening Requisition Page: PeopleCode compile error (Unknown function. (2,15) ^ DPV) for program PV_TREE_WRK.TREECTLEVENT.FieldFormula. (2,405) (Doc ID 2207476.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 24, 2016

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : PT 8.53.xx version, FSCM 9.2 Pi 20 Approval Framework Workflow (AWE)

After applying change package which included the full FSCM 9.2 from PUM 020 in PT 8.53 environment, when attempting to access eProcurement Requisition Page, the following error occurs;


PeopleCode compile error (Unknown function. (2,15) ^ DPV) for program PV_TREE_WRK.TREECTLEVENT.FieldFormula. (2,405)
A PeopleCode program for the specified reference failed to compile correctly for the indicated reason.
In Application Designer, open the referenced program and examine the PeopleCode to locate the cause of the error.

Click OK, The second part of the error is:


Invalid or missing PeopleCode program PV_TREE_WRK.TREECTLEVENT.FieldFormula. (2,300)
A PeopleCode program required by the Component is missing or invalid. The program or field containing the program may have been deleted, or it may contain a reference to a missing program or field.
Review the specified PeopleCode and correct.

Click Ok again, Getting the below error message:

Page load failed for PV_PROCURE_REQ/GBL. (15,60)
The component processor was unable to load the page objects for the specified page. This may be caused by missing definitions or PeopleCode in the database.
Correct any problems reported by previous messages and retry.


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Go to eProcurement > Requisition
2. Getting error message : PeopleCode compile error (Unknown function. (2,15) ^ DPV) for program PV_TREE_WRK.TREECTLEVENT.FieldFormula. (2,405)



Cause

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