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EAP: Voucher Entry - Error Tab Displays "GL Business Unit" As Field Name For Every Combo Edit Error (Doc ID 1452295.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 27, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


Environment
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9.1, Bundle 7, Production and Demo environments

Overview
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Voucher Entry - Error tab displays 'GL Business Unit' as Field Name for every combo edit error.


Steps/Sequence of Events
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1. Create a new Combination Definition for Account and Dept.
  2. Create a new Combination Rule and associated the Combination Definition
  to the Rule.
  3. Create a new Combination Group and associate the Rule to the Group.
  4. Associate the Combination Group to Ledgers For A Unit.
  5. Run Build Combination Data.
  6. Turn on Combination Edits with Recycle for the Payables Options.
  7. Create a new Voucher with an invalid Combination for Account and Dept.
  8. Save the page.
  9. Combo Edit error appears :
  "Invoice line 1 has an invalid Chartfield combination ACCOUNT/DEPTID
  in group ACCT_DEPT on Distrib 1. (7700,39)
  Invoice line contains an invalid chartfield combination.".
  10. Display the Voucher > Error Summary page
  11. Message from above appears. However, the Field Name column is showing
  'GL Business Unit' regardless of which field triggered the error.


Errors
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"Invoice line 1 has an invalid Chartfield combination ACCOUNT/DEPTID in group ACCT_DEPT on Distrib 1. (7700,39)
  Invoice line contains an invalid chartfield combination.".


Expected Result
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 The expectation is that the Field Name field should display the
  appropriate chartfield name (e.g. DeptID, Program, etc.) that triggered each
  specific chartfield combination edit error.



Business Impact
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Creates confusion and does not facilitate easier troubleshooting.

Cause

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