EEX 9.1+: Does PeopleSoft Enterprise FSCM Expenses Module Handle Credit Card Replacement Maintenance Data (R1 Status Code) From American Express GL1205 File Format?
Last updated on JUNE 14, 2017
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Expenses - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
PeopleSoft Enterprise FSCM 9.1 ESA Bundle #25 delivered a new Enhancement in the Expenses Module so that the Credit Card Upload functionality (EX_DATA_LOAD Application Engine Program) can handle the new American Express GLOBAL formats for their Flat Files:
- GL1205: Credit Card Maintenance Data
- GL1025: Credit Card Transaction Data
However, a new question has been raised, revolving around the possible scenario in which an Employee who currently has an American Express Corporate Credit Card looses it, gets it stolen, or the Card is about to expire. In such situation, the American Express Credit Card Vendor would issue the Employee a new Credit Card for the same Account Number to replace the existing one that got lost/stolen/expired. In the GL1205 Credit Card Maintenance Data flat file, the Account Status Field can have the below listed status values:
- A1 - NEW PROFILE
- A2 - Active existing
- C1/C2 - To make the status Inactive
- R1 - Replacement Indicator
The R1 status is the one used by the American Express Credit Card Vendor to state that the new Credit Card Account Number of the Employee at hand is to replace the existing Credit Card Account Number row of the Employee's Expenses Profile.
How would the EX_DATA_LOAD Application Engine Program handle such situation? Can the PeopleSoft Enterprise FSCM Expenses currently delivered functionality handle R1 Account Status Credit Card Maintenance Data flat files? And if so, how is the system supposed to work in such scenario?
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