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ETL92: Weekly Time Entry Peoplecode Error (Doc ID 2805545.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 13, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Time and Labor - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Unexpected message and peoplecode error triggered when MSS user tries to report time using the Fluid Weekly Time Entry page. Below are the error/message triggered:

Message:
Cannot report time that is not for the current date
Navigate to the current date in order to report time.

Peoplecode Error:
Invalid row number 1 for class Rowset method GetRow.
TL_MSSCH_FL_WRK.NEXT_EMPL.FieldChange PCPC:3915 Statement:60
A PeopleCode program has called an object method with an invalid value for the row number parameter. The row number should be within the range of existing rows in the rowset.
Use the PeopleCode Debugger or a PeopleCode trace to determine the point of the error and correct the program.

Steps to Recreate:
Scenario 1
1. Navigate to MSS> Team Time >Weekly Time Entry use Group ID KUST2 then Click Done.
2. Choose demo userid  – User is prompt with Do you want to Save Changes? Click Yes to go back and save, No to discard your changes.
3. Click Yes to Continue. The choose Apply Schedule from the Options dropdown.
4. Click Review button at top right then Submit on the next Page. Note message: Cannot report time that is not for the current date. Navigate to the current date in order to report time.
Scenario 2
5. Navigate to MSS> Team Time >Weekly Time Entry use Group ID KUST2 then Click Done.
6. Choose demo userid  – User is prompt with Do you want to Save Changes? Click Yes to go back and save, No to discard your changes.
7. Click No.
8. Now click Next button at top right – Above Peoplecode Error is triggered.


Changes

 

Cause

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