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PUM 17 Student Advisor Assignment Page Error (65,150) (Doc ID 2671504.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 10, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Student Records - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On CS 9.2 PI 17, when attempting to run the Create Student Advisor Assignment process delivered in CS 9.2 PI 17 errors are returned.

ERROR
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Application Engine and SSR_STAD_ASG is an invalid process definition,
An entry must be provided in the process difinition table before this process can be scheduled to run

65, 150: M - Unable to successfully retrieve information for Process Name SSR_STAD_ASG with Process Type Application Engine.
SSR_STAD_ASSIGNMENT.SSR_STAD_SETUP.SSR_STAD_SETUP OnExecute Name: DERIVED_SSR_ADV_SSR_ASSIGN_ADV__FieldChange PCPC: 143667 Statement 1758
Called from SSR_STAD_ASSIGN.GBL.DERIVED_SSR_ADV.SSR_ASSIGN_ADV.FieldChange Statement 2

The attempt to use CreateProcessRequest was unsuccessful because the system was unable to find the Process Name/Process Type from the Process Scheduler Definition table. Verify the Process Name/Process Type passed as parameters are valid. If this is a single process, check if the process is found in the Process Definition. If this is a Job (with process type of 'PSJob'), check if the job is found in the Job Definition.


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
Navigation: Student Records > Student Background Information > Student Advisor Assignment

  1. complete the Setup tab details
  2. Get Advisors
  3. Get Students
  4. click Assign Advisors
  5. Errors are returned

 

Changes

 Campus Solutions 9.2 PI 17 was applied

Cause

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