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Getting Error "DFI ID Qualifier should be populated when DFI ID value is entered (9450, 3003)" while approving Supplier Change Request (Doc ID 2561063.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2020

Applies to:

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


System throws the below error message while clicking approve button for Supplier Change Request on Manage Request Approval page.

DFI ID Qualifier should be populated when DFI ID value is entered (9450,3003)
Error saving Component Interface. {SCR_SUP_ID_CI}

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Enable Workflow for Supplier profile change (Set up Financials / Supply Chain > Product Related > Procurement Options > Suppliers > Supplier Request System Step up
2. Login as VP1 to Supplier Portal 
3. Navigate to Maintain Supplier information> Supplier change Request>Initiate Supplier change
   Select a Supplier and Click on Create New Request
4. Click on Payment Profile
5. Click on Edit – to make a change to the payment profile
6. Click on Add a Bank account
7. Enter the following information only – this is important for replication
a. Description, Bank Name, Bank ID, Account type, Bank Account Number, DFI ID
b. Do not select ghe value in DFI Qualifier
8. Click OK
9. Click OK
10. Click on Next
11. Click on next to submit
12. Click on confirm changes and Submit
13. Note down the change request id
14. Log out
15. Login as VP2 to the Employee Portal
16. Navigate to Supplier> Supplier change Request>Manage Request approval
17. Select Request Type as Request Supplier change and status as – Pending Approval and click search
18. The search results now list the change request that was submitted above
19. Click on the change request hyperlink
20. Click on change details hyperlink to review the changes
21. Click on the approve button
22. Click ok 
23. You will now receive an error message
24. Click ok
25. Click on Review/Edit Approvers – you will notice that it says Approved.
26. Click on errors hyperlink – a message displays that - DFI ID Qualifier should be populated when DFI ID value is entered. (9450,3003)


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