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Requisition Not Getting Approved due to Compile error when Using Email Collaboration (Doc ID 2483083.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2019

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Steps to Reproduce the Issue:

1) Configured Email collaboration using Gmail Account as repository email 
2) Create an eProcurement Requisition 
3) Submit for Approval 
4) Email is received by Approver and submits Approval Response 
5) Ran EOAWEMC process 
6) Email is processed but Requisition is not approved 
7) Approval Error Response is received 
Subject : Email Approval Process for Requisition '0000000XXX' did not complete 
Message Body: 
Unable to Approve the Requisition. The Requisition no longer requires an approval. To review the Requisition log in to PeopleSoft eProcurement system. 

8) Subscription trace shows compile errors 
PSSUBHND_dflt.3040 (1) [2018-09-14T12:53:44.335 SubConProcess](1) 
GenMessageBox(2, 405, E): PeopleCode Manager (Get): PeopleCode compile error (Field PV_MOB_LNE_SHIP.SCHED_NBR not defined. (2,17) ^ DPV) for program WEBLIB_PVMOBILE.FUNCLIB.FieldFormula. (2,405) 


PSSUBHND_dflt.3040 (1) [2018-09-14T12:53:44.337 SubConProcess](0)     
Caught Exception: Cannot load PeopleCode for 
WEBLIB_PVMOBILE.FUNCLIB-FieldFormula. (2,128) 
SCM_PV_APPROVALS.Requisition.OnExecute  Name:OnLineApprove  PCPC:24771 Statement:388 
Called from:EOAW_CORE.NotificationEventHandler.OnExecute  Name:OnLineApprove  Statement:631 
Called from:EOAW_CORE.ENGINE.StageInst.OnExecute  Name:UpdateApprove Statement:281 
Called from:EOAW_CORE.ENGINE.StageInst.OnExecute  Name:Approve  Statement:533 
Called from:EOAW_CORE.ENGINE.AppInst.OnExecute  Name:ApproveByThread Statement:610 

Cause

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