PeopleCode Compile Error Messages When Trying To View Requisition Comments And Attachments
Last updated on JULY 19, 2017
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM eProcurement - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 9.2 version, Requisition Create
Get error msgs when trying to view requisition comments and attachments
Getting error messages when trying to view requisition comments and attachments. When entering a requisition and attach files to the header and line comments, or just add a header comment without an attachment, getting error messages on the Requisition Details/Summary screen and Requisition Approver screen.
PeopleCode compile error (BrowserDeviceType is not a property of class Request. (2,50) ^ CEO) for program EOATT_COMM_ATTCH.CommAttchHandler.OnExecute. (2,405) "
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Go to Manage Requisitions and click on ReqID to open the Req Details/Summary screen
2. Click on paperclip > View and get this msg: "Attachment failed to download. (18036,10014) File not found. (18036,10012)." This happens with both header attachments and line attachments.
3. : Go to worklist and click on a requisition to approve it.
4. Click a line comment that contains an attachment and get "PeopleCode compile error (BrowserDeviceType is not a property of class Request. (2,50) ^ CEO) for program EOATT_COMM_ATTCH.CommAttchHandler.OnExecute. (2,405) "5. If I click OK and View, I get the same "attachment failed to download" msg as above.
If I click the Header Comments link on the Requisition Approval screen, I get the same PeopleCode compile error as above.
When I click OK on that msg I get "Field does not exist -- PV_REQ_LINE_VW.LINE_NBR. (180,104) PV_REQ_APPLN_WK.COMMENTS_PB.FieldChange PCPC:993 Statement:10 "
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