DRGR FAQ
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What is the likely cause of the system generating an HTTP Status 500 Error Message in the QPR, and what is the corrective action?

Date Published: February 2015

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Grantees should go back in the Action Plan and examine the radio buttons, checkmarks/boxes for each Activity to make sure critical identifying characteristics have been selected; i.e., households by income level, multifamily/single family, owner/renter, direct benefit/area benefit.

If the activity you're having a problem with was created before Release 7.0 came out, this may be why you're getting that error message. If this is the case, you may try going back into the Action Plan and selecting the correct radio buttons and checkboxes for accomplishment data, save, and then try the QPR again.


Tags: DRGR QPR - QPRs - General

FAQ ID:

1939