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Manager Desktop Team Member Search “As Of Date” Returns Error "Class Row: assumed property HR_DR_BCRUMB_VW is not a valid record name." (Doc ID 3001847.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2024

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Human Resources - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


After changing the setup to Allow As of Date Change on Direct Reports Interface for Component - HR_MSS_CT_FL, when a Manager navigates to Update Team information and is trying to use Find Team member icon, choosing "As of Date" as criteria the following error message is triggered.

Error message:
Class Row: assumed property HR_DR_BCRUMB_VW is not a valid record name.
HR_GUIDED_SELF_SERVICE.Utilities.GSSDRController.OnExecute Name:setCurrentMgr PCPC:3840 Statement:47
Called from: HR_PERSON_SELECTOR.DirectReportsController.OnExecute Name:dorefreshAsOfDate Statement:681
Called from: HR_PERSON_SELECTOR.DirectReportsController.OnExecute Name:doSearchBtn Statement:774
Called from: HR_GUIDED_SELF_SERVICE.Utilities.GSSDRController.OnExecute Name:doSearchBtn Statement:110
Called from: HR_PERSON_SELECTOR.PersonSelector.OnExecute Name:doSearchBtn Statement:92
The specified object property is assumed to be a record name, but the record is not found in the current object.
Use PeopleCode Debugger or a PeopleCode trace to determine the point of the error, and correct the program.

Steps to reproduce the issue:
Prerequiste for testing:
-> Enable Allow As of Date Change for HR_MSS_CT_FL.
Set Up HCM > Common Definitions > Direct Reports for Managers > Direct Reports Configuration
Search for Component name HR_MSS_CT_FL and click Edit.
Check the Allow As of Date Change checkbox.

1. Log in as a Manager go to Manager Self Service > Job and Personal Information > Update Job Details for Group or any transactions.
2. Perform a search using as criteria"As of field".
Notice:the above error is seen instead of returning results.




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