Cannot Reinstate Partial Retirement Of Asset With Multiple Partial Retirements After Book Change (Doc ID 1621846.1)

Last updated on JULY 14, 2017

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Asset Management - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Problem Summary
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Cannot reinstate initial partial retirement of asset with multiple partial retirements after book changed.

Problem Description
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Cannot reinstate initial partial retirement of asset with multiple partial retirements. An asset was partially retired for different partial retirement amounts on different dates date 1, and date2. We can reinstate the partial retirement row of date 2, but cannot retire partial retirement of date1. Date2 is greater than Date1.

Error Codes
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We get the error message 'Asset has a cost history with a future transaction date, please choose transaction date after '08-06-2013' '

Replication Steps:
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1. Find an asset which has positive cost, quantity > 1 currently in service and has a book change BKS transaction.
2. For example if you have an asset with cost 1000 and quantity 5, partially retire amount 400 first on day 1
3.Partially retire same asset again for amount 600 on day 2
4. reinstate amount 600 on day 3
5. Do a book change
6. When trying to Reinstate remaining amount 400 (initial retirement amount) on day 4. This step gives error message:
Asset  has a cost history with a future transaction date. Please choose a trans date after 2013-08-16. (8010,38)

Since  this transaction may invalidate a future change, you should review the future transaction.  You can then determine if you should re-enter this transaction with a date after that future transaction.


Releated fix:
For release 9.1.36: Bug 21128904 - EAM: AFTER APPLYING BUG 17323856, MESSAGE IS GENERATED AS MANY TIMES AS THERE Are books
For release 9.2.14: Bug 21202678 - EAM: AFTER APPLYING BUG 17323856, MESSAGE IS GENERATED AS MANY TIMES AS THERE Are books

Cause

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