Error 'Project has no Budget IDs! (9395,188)' shows on the Generate Award page for a proposal previously submitted and has a Generate Status of Pre-Sales Spending upon submitting a Generate Award event. (Doc ID 1668670.1)

Last updated on MARCH 09, 2017

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Error 'Project has no Budget IDs! (9395,188)' shows on the Generate Award page for a proposal previously submitted and has a Generate Status of Pre-Sales Spending upon submitting a Generate Award event.  
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These are the exact steps to replicate the problem:
1.  Navigate to Grants > Proposals > Submit Proposal
2.  Choose a proposal that has been submitted and has a Generate Status of Pre-Sales Spending
3.  Change Status from submitted to Not Submitted and Save.
4.  Go to Maintain Proposal > Projects
5.  Add a new proposal project
6.  Enter the Title
7.  Go to Budgets page (tab)
8.  Choose a valid Budget ID
9.  Enter the Budget Header Description
10. Save Proposal
11. Navigate to Submit Proposal > Submission
12. Change Submit Status to Submitted
13. Save
14. Navigate to Generate Award and enter the proposal number
15. Click View All
16. Under the newly added Project notice:
       a.  Project Number is not populated - why?
       b.Budget select box id disabled - why?
17.  Upon selecting Generate, if the project number is not entered, an error message pops up so, I manually add the project number, however I cannot check the Budget row, so I submit.  This is the error message received:
Project has no Budget IDs! (9395,188)
Budget IDs have not been specified for a Project or Projects. If no Budget IDs are specified on this page, Contracts creation process fails.
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Expected results:
Upon opening the Generate Award page, the project number should be populated and the budget should be selected so Generate award will not error.
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Workaround:
Generate the award without additional projects, then create new projects on the post award side/contract. This works, however, the budget and other information on Proposal is different than what’s on the post award side, and there are far more steps and room for error when we add projects from the post award side since everything has to be manually entered.

Cause

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