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EAP: Financial Gateway Integration Broker integration for PAYMENT_REQUEST fails (Doc ID 1478424.1)

Last updated on MAY 23, 2023

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.1 and later
PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Cash Management - Version 9.1 and later
Generic UNIX


Financial Gateway Integration Broker integration for PAYMENT_REQUEST fails with an error.  As a result, unable to process the Payment via Financial Gateway.

Since no source keys are set up on your registration, a payment message id    must be provided. (10511,2006) PMT_LOAD.Payment.PaymentHandler.OnExecute   Name:CheckForMsgId  PCPC:16664  Statement:263 Called from:PMT_LOAD.Payment.PaymentHandler.OnExecute  Name:CheckForMsgId  PCPC:16664  Statement:26

1. Create a Source Registration in the Financial Gateway
2. Provide the Webservice PAYMENT_REQUEST
3. Make sure the ID PTSERVER has access to the PAYMENT_REQUEST web service.
4. The WSDL will be generated in this web service
5. Generate the SOAP template
6. Use Sendmaster utility for Invoking Test Service Operations to load this payment , File > New Project > Enter the project name and click OK
7. In the Address, enter the url below

http://<severname>/PSIGW/HttpListeningConnector?&MessageName  = PAYMENT_REQUEST&Version=VERSION_1

8. In the Input Information > Input file > enter the SOAP file
9. On the right hand top corner of the Sendmaster,  click on the drop down and pick POST
10. Click on the button next to the action, this will send the data to the address specified
11. Navigate to PeopleTools > Integration Broker > Service Operations Monitor > Monitoring > Asynchronous Services
12. For Queue Name = PAYMENT_REQUEST under the Done column, click on the hyperlinked number
13. On the Operations Instances page, click on the Details hyperlink
14. On the Asynchronous Details page, click on the Error hyperlink
15. On the Subscription Contract Error Messages page, above error will appear



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