EAP: Enhancement Request to Delete Corresponding Withholding Schedule when Vendor Payment is Getting Excluded from Pay Cycle
(Doc ID 1473785.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 23, 2019
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When Withholding is set to calculate at Voucher Payment and the user excludes the Withholding applicable Voucher from the Pay Cycle, the system generates a warning message informing the user to delete the associated withholding schedule manually. But if the user forgets/misses to delete the withholding schedule from the Voucher and the same Voucher is selected in subsequent Pay Cycles, another withholding schedule is getting created in addition to the existing one. This goes on and on as many times as the Voucher is excluded and reselected in the Pay Cycle.
Would like to have the functionality where the system automatically deletes the withholding schedule instead of having the user delete the withholding schedule, when the Vendor Payment is excluded from the Pay Cycle.
1. Navigate to Setup Financials/Supply Chain > Product Related > Procurement Option > Withholding > Withholding Entities and setup the withholding calculation at Payment. Hold Payment = Hold Withholding Only.
2. Create withholding Voucher.
3. Run the Pay Cycle's Payment Selection in order to pay the regular payment schedule. Withholding payment schedule is created.
4. Exclude the regular payment from the Pay Cycle.
Invoice Withholding at payment has an associated unpaid withholding payment. (7400,159)
If withhold setup is to apply withholding during payment, you must go to the voucher after this pay cycle and delete the withholding schedule on-line.
5. Click OK and proceed.
6. DO NOT DELETE the withholding schedule from the Voucher and run Pay Cycle again.
7. Voucher will get selected again but a new withholding schedule will also get created along side the existing one.
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