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SQL Error in DescribeCol in Fluid Benefits Summary Review For Health (1x) and Disability (3x) Plan Type IDs on MS SQL Server (Doc ID 2635806.1)

Last updated on JUNE 07, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM eBenefits - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Attempted to access the Benefits Summary items by clicking the Review pushbutton for

a. the health (1x-Medical, Dental or Vision) plan type ID.  The following error occurred:

SQL error in DescribeCol.

BEN_SUMMARY_FL.Page.SubPage.PlanHeader.OnExecute Name:EnrolledPlan PCPC:4823 Statement:48

Called from:BEN_SUMMARY_FL.Page.SubPage.PlanHeader.OnExecute Name:BuildPage Statement:6

Called from:BEN_SUMMARY_FL.Page.DetailSection.PlanX.OnExecute Name:BuildPage Statement:14

Called from:BEN_SUMMARY_FL.Controller.XPlanController.PlanXController.OnExecute Name:BuildXPageBody Statement:11

Called from:BEN_SUMMARY_FL.Controller.BasePlanController.OnExecute Name:PostBuild Statement:17

Called from:BEN_SUMM

During the execution of SQL, an error occurred in the DescribeCol subroutine. The preceding message should have described the details of the SQL being executed.

 

b. the disability (3x-Short-term or Long-term Disability) plan type ID.  The following error occurred:

SQL error in DescribeCol.

BEN_SUMMARY_FL.Page.SubPage.PlanHeader.OnExecute  Name:EnrolledPlan  PCPC:10271  Statement:84

Called from:BEN_SUMMARY_FL.Page.SubPage.PlanHeader.OnExecute  Name:BuildPage  Statement:6

Called from:BEN_SUMMARY_FL.Page.DetailSection.PlanX.OnExecute  Name:BuildPage  Statement:14

Called from:BEN_SUMMARY_FL.Controller.XPlanController.PlanXController.OnExecute  Name:BuildXPageBody  Statement:11

Called from:BEN_SUMMARY_FL.Controller.BasePlanController.OnExecute  Name:PostBuild  Statement:17

Called from:BEN_SUM

During the execution of SQL, an error occurred in the DescribeCol subroutine. The preceding message should have described the details of the SQL being executed.

 

 

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Cause

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