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EEX: Error Message Displayed When Clicking on Calculate GPS Distance (Doc ID 2689052.1)

Last updated on JULY 09, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : 9.2 version, Expense Report


After configuring expense module to use the oracle maps in an expense report, receiving the below error when clicking Display Maps:



ERROR
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EX_MILEAGE_WRK.DISPLAY_MAP.FieldChange Name:makeRequest PCPC:587 Statement:8
Called from:EX_MILEAGE_WRK.DISPLAY_MAP.FieldChange Statement:164

HttpTargetConnector:ExternalApplicationException. External System responded with an Error status. For Http Status Code explanation please check Http protocol Specifications.


STEPS:
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1)Setup Financials/Supply Chain>Business Unit Related>Expenses>Expense Definition enter specific Business Unit;
2)Select "Display Distance Calculator and select road and route preference;
3)Road Preference is set to Local;
4)Route Preference is set to Fastest;
5) Ensure PeopleTools>Integration Broker Integration setup>Service Operations enter "Elocation" drill down on Route Request Post link;
6) In the Rest Resource Definition populate the REST base URL with http://elocation.oracle.com;
7) In URL widget section populate Template with "elocation.libs";
8) In Default Service Operation Version widget section ensure the Default and Active tick box is selected;
9) Select Routings tab verify the Receiver Node WADL_Route is displayed and shows status of Active;
10) Create an expense report;
11) Enter Starting Point and Ending Point and click push button "Calculate GPS Distance" and above error message is displayed



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Cause

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