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Error Thrown Own At Level Buscomp_Associate Of Employee BC (Doc ID 2116710.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 28, 2018

Applies to:

Siebel CRM - Version 15.5 [IP2015] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 15.5 [IP2015] version, Configuration - General

When attempting to associating an employee record ,the following error occurs.

ERROR
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[1]Siebel eScript runtime error occurred in procedure 'SetFieldValue' of BusComp [Employee]:Error: SiebelError: Invalid operation when not executed.(SBL-DAT-00471)(SBL-SCR-00141)
[2]Stack trace:BusComp [Employee].SetFieldValue(), Built-in functionBusComp [Employee].BusComp_Associate(), Line: 4


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Customer has tried associating an employee record (from a customized MVG applet associated to Owner field) for an activity, mentioned below error message is being displayed.

[1]Siebel eScript runtime error occurred in procedure 'SetFieldValue' of BusComp [Employee]:Error: SiebelError: Invalid operation when not executed.(SBL-DAT-00471)(SBL-SCR-00141)
[2]Stack trace:BusComp [Employee].SetFieldValue(), Built-in functionBusComp [Employee].BusComp_Associate(), Line: 4

2. The server script code mentioned in the BusComp_Associate() is as mentioned below.

function BusComp_Associate ()
{
this.ActivateField("SSA Primary Field");
this.SetFieldValue("SSA Primary Field","Y");
}

3. This above code is working fine with 8.1.1.11. But when Customer tried testing the functionality with 15.5 version of Siebel application (both Open UI and HI), the error is being faced.

Cause

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