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EGL 9: Liquidation Problem With Budget Checking Credit Vouchers After Applied Bug 11623119 (Doc ID 1421379.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 27, 2017

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN General Ledger - Version: 9 and later   [Release: 9 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Application release Payables 9 updated to bundle 34.
PeopleTools 8.49
Database Oracle
Issue happens in production

There is a problem with the remaining liquidation amount being calculated incorrectly when a regular credit voucher attempts to restore the obligation after there has been an adjustment voucher where the match obligation checkbox was unchecked.

Steps/Sequence of Events
1) Create a one line PO with current year for $100;
2) Approve, Budget Check and Dispatch the PO.
3) Create a Regular Voucher1 and copy the PO onto the Voucher. Change the amount to $150. Save and BCM it

Encumbrance $100
Expense $150 and $100 is reverted from the ENC
$50 is pulled from the Available Balance to cover

4) Create an Adjustment Voucher and copy this Voucher1 onto the Adjustment;
5) Change the Amount on ADJ to $-50, change the Distribute by option to Amount, Uncheck the Restore Obligation checkbox so you can put the $50 back on the Available Balance. Save. Budget Check it.

ENC $100
Expense is corrected to $100
$50 is put back in my Available Balance

6) Create a Regular Credit Voucher3 and copy the PO.
7) Change the Amount on the Voucher to $-30 to put $30 back onto the PO. Save.
11) Budget Check Voucher3.

Expected Result
The expense is OK showing $130 (160 -30) but the budget is not. It added $30 instead of reducing it.

What is Working
All other system functions are working as expected

Business Impact
Budget is incorrect


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