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Issues With Links When Using SPECIAL_REQUEST_SEARCH Role Action (Doc ID 2404886.1)

Last updated on MAY 29, 2018

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

The hyperlinks do not work on the results of the SPECIAL_REQUEST_SEARCH role action.

Steps to reproduce the issue:

1.Verify that the SPECIAL_REQUEST_SEARCH role action is enabled.
2.Navigate to eProcurement > Requisition.
3.Click Special Requests. Enter values.
4.Click Add to Cart. Eight results are displayed as suggestions from the catalog.
5.Click the hyperlink for the description. Error is received. Click OK.
Expected Result- Expect Item Description page to be displayed, like when searching for an item and you click on the item description hyperlink.
6.Click the Contract hyperlink. Nothing happens.
Expected Result- Expect Contract List page to be displayed, like when searching for an item and you click on the Contract hyperlink
7.Click the Inventory hyperlink. Nothing happens.
Expected Result- Expect Item Availability page to be displayed, like when
searching for an item and you click on the Inventory hyperlink

ERROR
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GetRecord: Record 'REQ_LINE' not found in scroll level 1. (2,154)
PV_ITM_DESCR_WK.DESCR254_MIXED.FieldChange Name:InitVariables_Req PCPC:8303
Statement:94
Called from:PV_ITM_DESCR_WK.DESCR254_MIXED.FieldChange Name:Item_Description
Statement:717
Called from:PV_REQ_ITM_WRK.DESCR254_MIXED.FieldChange Statement:18

The specified record was not found in the indicated scroll level. This may occur with various PeopleCode built-in functions that specify a "scroll context" via a series of records.

Review the PeopleCode that is generating the message and the page definition and correct as appropriate.

 

Cause

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