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Whenever I submit my application I get a “violation of primary or unique key constraint” error. Whats wrong?

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Whenever I submit my application I get a “violation of primary or unique key constraint” error. Whats wrong?

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This error occurs whenever you fill out your application, press “Submit,” and then immediately press the “Back” button and try to make changes to your application. When you use the “back” button on this screen, the system thinks you are trying to submit a new application to a job you’ve already entered. Instead of using “Back” you should bring up the vacancy questions by clicking on the vacancy number from a vacancy-listing page, or you can re-log in and pull up the vacancy. The application you see will be pre-filled in with your previous answers and you will be able to successfully update them without error.

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This error occurs whenever you fill out your application, press “Submit,” and then immediately press the “Back” button and try to make changes to your application. When you use the “back” button on this screen, the system thinks you are trying to submit a new application to a job you’ve already applied to. Instead of using “Back” you should bring up the vacancy questions by clicking on the vacancy number from a vacancy listing page, or you can relogin and pull up the vacancy. The application you see will be pre-filled in with your previous answers and you will be able to successfully update them without error.

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A23: This error occurs when an applicant completes the online application, presses “Submit,” then immediately presses the “Back” button to try to make changes. When the “Back” button is used on this screen, the system processes it like the applicant is trying to submit a new application for a job for which the applicant had already applied. Instead of using Back, bring up the vacancy questions by clicking on the vacancy number from a vacancy listing page, or login again and pull up the vacancy. The screen will show the application completed with the previous answers, and the applicant can successfully update them without error.

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