# Calculate Deposit Fees Process Issues

(Doc ID 1575478.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 09, 2016

## Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Student Financials - Version 9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
*** Checked for Relevance on 09-AUG-2016 ***

## Symptoms

On CS 9, the Admission Application Deposit Fee is not calculating correctly. There are 3 problem scenarios.

Problem 1
1. There is ONE application number for TWO Programs (LAU and FAU) and the admit term is the same for both. The Deposit Fee calculation option is FIRST-PROGRAM-IN and calculated incorrectly as \$800.   It is expected that only \$400 would be calculated for program LAU.

Problem 2
There are two offers of Admission to 2 different Programs. APPL_PROG_NBR = 0 does not require a deposit and APPL_PROG_NBR = 1 does require a deposit. In this case no Deposit Fee is calculated.  It is expected that a deposit of \$400 would be calculated for the second program. Again the option used is "FIRST-PROGRAM-IN"

Problem3.
There are two offers of Admission to 2 different Programs. APPL_PROG_NBR = 0 does require a deposit and APPL_PROG_NBR = 1 does not requirie a deposit. In this case no Deposit Fee is calculated.  It is expected that a deposit of \$400 would be calculated for the first program (LAU) because it requires a deposit. Again the option used is "FIRST-PROGRAM-IN"

When there is only one Application with one Application Program there are no problems calculating the Deposit.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Setup an Admission Application Deposit Fee to charge a Fee upon Admittance.  Additional setup to have a Deposit Fee required for only one of two Programs.
2. Create an application and admit the student to two different Programs.
3. Calculate the Deposit Fee
4. Review the student account, Deposit Fees are calculated incorrectly