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Error Message: "Field does not exist -- REQ_LINE_SHIP.SHIPTO_SETID. (180,104)" When Adding Item From Favorites (Doc ID 2548715.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 07, 2019

Applies to:

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

Symptoms


When Creating a new eProcurement Requisitions, getting the below error while adding item from favorites with override option on Requisition Setting page.

Field does not exist -- REQ_LINE_SHIP.SHIPTO_SETID. (180,104) REQ_LINE_SHIP.QTY_REQ.FieldChange Name:Default_Contract_On_Schedule PCPC:5409 Statement:89
Called from:REQ_DFLT_TBL.BUSINESS_UNIT.FieldChange Name:chng_sched Statement:110
Called from:REQ_DFLT_TBL.BUSINESS_UNIT.FieldChange Name:apply_hdr_defaults Statement:615
Called from:PV_REQ_ITM_WRK.PV_REQ_ITM_ADD.FieldChange Name:Add_Item Statement:866
Called from:PV_ADDITEMS_WRK.PV_ADD_FAV.FieldChange Name:AddFavItm Statement:136
Called from:PV_ADDITEMS_WRK.PV_ADD_FAV.FieldChange Name:AddFavGrpItemtoR


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigate to eProcurement > Requisition page
2. Click Requisition Settings
3. Select Override option
4. Add an item from Favorites
Issue : Getting the error
Field does not exist -- REQ_LINE_SHIP.SHIPTO_SETID. (180,104) REQ_LINE_SHIP.QTY_REQ.FieldChange Name:Default_Contract_On_Schedule PCPC:5409 Statement:89
Called from:REQ_DFLT_TBL.BUSINESS_UNIT.FieldChange Name:chng_sched Statement:110
Called from:REQ_DFLT_TBL.BUSINESS_UNIT.FieldChange Name:apply_hdr_defaults Statement:615
Called from:PV_REQ_ITM_WRK.PV_REQ_ITM_ADD.FieldChange Name:Add_Item Statement:866
Called from:PV_ADDITEMS_WRK.PV_ADD_FAV.FieldChange Name:AddFavItm Statement:136
Called from:PV_ADDITEMS_WRK.PV_ADD_FAV.FieldChange Name:AddFavGrpItemtoR


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