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PeopleCode Error When Clicking Cancel On Add Mailing Address After Hiding A Field in Page Field Configurator - "Variable contains a reference to a row object that has been deleted" (Doc ID 2546071.1)

Last updated on JULY 21, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Human Resources - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 9.2 version, Job / Personal Information

PeopleCode error on Add mailing address after hiding a field (Page Field Configurator)

When user (who doesn't have any existing mailing address), clicks on "Add Mailing Address" and clicks "Cancel" it throws "PeopleCode Error".

 ERROR
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Variable contains a reference to a row object that has been deleted.
EOCC_COMP_CONFIG.Utility.ConfigureDisplay.OnExecute Name:HideUnhideFields PCPC:5933 Statement:121
Called from EOCC_COMP_CONFIG.Utility.ConfigureDisplay.OnExecute Name:SetDisplay Statement:137
Called from EOCC_COMP_CONFIG.Utility.ConfigureDisplay.OnExecute Name:ProcessConfiguration Statement:19
Called from EOCC_COMP_CONFIG.Services.Page_Activate.OnExecute Name:execute Statement:6

A Peoplecode variable contains an object referring to a row.record. or field that no longer exists.

This is an application error. It can happen if the reference is stored in the variable, and the row is subsequently flushed or removed following a save, or if the reference is stored in a global variable and accessed after the component has been exited.
Use the Application Reviewer or Peoplecode trace to locate the point of the error and correct the program.


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps-

1. Go to :Enterprise Components>Page and Field configuration> Page and Field Configurator>Page configuration to hide DESCR2 field on HR_EE_ADDR_FL component
2. Login into PeopleSoft, Go to Employee Self-Service > Personal Details > Addresses page..
3. Select an employee who has no mailing address >Click Add Mailing address
4.  Now click Cancel

5. Error occurs.



Changes

 

Cause

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