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ECM: Opening Balance Date Instead Of Closing Balance Date When Import MT940 File and Invalid Decimal Error Issue (Doc ID 1678802.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 15, 2016

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Issue 1:

Load standard MT940 bank statement file using the SWIFT layout. Notice that the Bank Statement Date (ps_bnk_rcn_cyc.asofdate) is being populated from the MT940 60F: row (Opening Balance) and not the 62F: (Closing Balance).
The loaded Bank Statement Date needs to be the Closing Balance Date (62F) and not the Opening Balance Date (60F).

When bank statement are loaded, and correction to the data is required on the Enter Bank Statement page, we receive an ERROR message that the Statement Date is before the Bank Date (transaction date). You cannot enter a bank statement on line in the same way as it is loaded electronically.


STEPS

  1. Upload a standard MT940 bank statement file using the SWIFT layout
  2. Open the bank statement and try to update it


Issue 2:

After applying the fix for Issue 1 receive INVALID DECIMAL VALUE error.

Cause

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