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When a Hiring Manager Goes in to Edit the Details of an Application and The Content Section Being Used has JPM_PROMPT_11 field, the Application Throws the Following Error 'First operand of . is not an object, so cannot access member HRS_APPITM02_VW.' (Doc ID 2691792.1)

Last updated on MARCH 11, 2022

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Talent Acquisition Manager - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When a hiring manager goes in to edit the details of an application, and the content section being used has JPM_PROMPT_11 field, the application throws the following error:

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigate to Set Up HCM >Product Related >Profile Management >Catalog >Content Types
2. Add a new Content Type for Prior Work Experience
3. Add a couple Content Items at navigation, Set Up HCM >Product Related >Profile Management >Catalog >Content Items.
4. Create a simple custom prompt at navigation, Set Up HCM >Product Related >Profile Management >Profiles >Custom Prompt
5. Add a new effective dated row for the PERSON profile type at navigation, Set Up HCM >Product Related >Profile Management >Profiles >Profile Types
6. On the Content tab, add a new Tab and name it 'Test Work Exp'
7. Then Click the Add Content Section button to add a section for Content Type PRIORWK
8. Add some profile roles and JPM_PROMPT_!! as shown, giving it our new custom prompt.
9. Add the recruiting section properties from navigation, Set Up HCM >Product Related >Recruiting >Templates >Content Section Configuration
10. Go to Recruiting >Search Applicants
11. Click on Name
12. Click the button Icon for the Status 050 application
13. Click Other Actions >Recruiting Actions >Edit Applicant Details
14. Scroll down to our new Prior Work Experience section and add click to add a new Entry
15. Click the prompt icon for the Test prompt field and choose any value
16. As soon as you try to add an entry for the test prompt, you get the error.




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