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Unable to Create AME Approval Rules

Posted by appsinfo on June 13, 2009

AME Approval defining rules problem

Problem: Users are not able to create the approval rules for all the transactions using Approvals Management Business Analyst.       

Error: Contact system administrator, when enabled debugging the error was standard java error, further  enabled low level debugging using FND: Diagnostics and file.  The end date was error out with different date format.


 Modified the date parsing logic, which is error out on production, with different date format.

 1. download and apply the Patch # 8593940 in your Test Environment first.

 2. Go through the Readme and Instructions for applying the patch before applying it in the Test Environment.

 3. Make sure that you have HRMS Family Pack K RUP3(6699770) OR Oracle Approvals Management B RUP2 (5708576) 

                Refer to the following links for additional information

                   a) Oracle HRMS Product Family – Release 11i Information


                   b) HRMS Patch Install Frequently Asked Questions


 4. Ensure you are logged in as applmgr.

 5. Before applying this patch make sure that your Oracle Applications  environment has been set up. Make sure that your $PAY_TOP and   $PER_TOP environment variables have been setup correctly.

 6. After application of these prerequisites you must apply the patch by running adpatch for the driver files in the following order:

       u8593940.drv (This is the unified driver)

 7. Run adadmin to:

       Compile Apps Schemas


                 ( Check the adpatch log files for errors (search for the words “error” and “FAILED”) 

                   Type of Log File              Log File Name


                   Log file from unified driver  Name entered when running adpatch

                   Log file from worker files    “adworkxx.log” (“xx” = “01””02″ etc.)           

9. To ensure that there are no invalid AME objects, after recompiling the APPS

   schema look for invalid packages with ‘AME_%’, there should not be any.


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