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EPC 9.2: Error Received Online When Modifying a Project Using the Define Project General Info Page. Error - "Page Data Is Inconsistent With Database. (18,1)" (Doc ID 2988334.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 27, 2023

Applies to:

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


When attempting to modify the project, the following error message is received following the steps noted in the replication steps section.

Error Message:

Page data is inconsistent with database. (18,1)

When trying to save your page data, the system found that the information currently in the database did not match what was expected.

This problem can happen if another user has changed the same information while you were making your changes. Note the changes you have made, then cancel the page. Reload the page and view any changes made by the other user. Ensure your changes are compatible and retry, if appropriate.

If the problem persists, it may be a result of an application or other programming error and should be reported to technical support staff.

Possible application errors that can cause this message include:
- changing page data from SavePostChange PeopleCode, without making a corresponding change to the database.
- changing the database via SqlExec at various points, for data that is also in the component buffers.
- database auto-update fields maintained by triggers didn't get defined correctly in Record Field definition or in Record Properties definition.


Replication Steps:

  1. Configuration Setup. Go to Set Up Financials/Supply Chain > Product Related > Project Costing --> Setup PC Project Status Types.
  2. The status 'P' is associated with the Processing Status of "Active".
  3. Create a new Project Definition. Navigate to Project Costing > Project Definitions > Define Project General Info and save.
  4. After saving, attempt to change the End date on the Project Schedule and click on Save. The above error is received online



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