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Getting Error 'Invalid row number -1 for class Rowset method GetRow. (2,263) AUC_ANALYZE.HEADER.AnalyzeHdrUI.OnExecute Name:_unHideColumn' on Bid Analysis Page When Previous Section of Bid Analysis was Deleted (Doc ID 2920909.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 07, 2023

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Strategic Sourcing - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

System throws below invalid row number error when checking out an event for bid analysis collaboration after a previous section of bid analysis was deleted.
 


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1.  Create an event Rfx, Post the Event, approve the event from  Sourcing > Create Events > Create Event Details
  2.  Bid on the event from Sourcing > Event Responses > Create Bidder Response.Event closes
  3.  Go to Sourcing > Maintain Events > Event Workbench and select the “Analysis” icon for the bid
  4.  Perform a round of Bid analysis collaboration, from the Go to Drop-down menu, select “Invite Collaborators”
  5.  Use the trashcan to Delete the blank row that shows up here automatically. Use the “Add Section” button to insert a   new row with userid BBELL
  6.  De-select the “Display Total Cost” checkbox. Click on Route to Logout
  7.  Log in as BBELL (the collaborator). Check out the event for collaboration from Event Work Bench. Click “Analysis    Complete”
  8.  Log in as VP1. Open the Analysis page for this event. Select “Invite collaborators”
  9.  Delete the first round of bid analysis collaboration and Add a new row. Route it
  10.  Log in as CROTH. Go to workbench and try to check out the event for collaboration
  11.  Getting error

Cause

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