EGL: Multicurrency Process Fails With 805 Error FSPCTADJ - NE000 INSERT When Running Translation Within Ledger On A Ledger Using BUDGET Ledger Template And Both Gain And Loss Rows Are Required (Doc ID 1681071.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 14, 2016

Applies to:

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


FSCM 9.1 FSCM Bundle# 23 (MP 11).
PT 8.51

Sequence of events
Error occurred while running the FSPCCURR process after changing Actual Ledger to Budget Ledger

Error Message:

INFO(5870,1) PI(906910) Program(FSPCGLMC)  GL MultiCurrency processing has begun.
INFO(5870,4) PI(906910) Program(FSPCSTEP)  Beginning processing, Step BUDPLTRANL in Group BUDPLTRANL for Business Unit AU129.
SEVERE ERROR IN PGM:(5870,5) PI(906910) Program(FSPCTADJ)  PSPSQLRT error in GL MultiCurrency Processing: FSPCTADJ - NE000 INSERT.


Replication Steps

1.  Setup ledger group to use BUDGET ledger template but Standard ledger group type

2.  Have 2 ledgers on the ledger group..secondary ledger marked as translation ledger

3.  Attach the ledger group to a business unit

4.  Enter data to the ledger group that has multiple rows of data to one account using an additional chartfield like Department

5.  Make sure that you have data for one department posted to LEDGER_BUDG with a debited amount and another department with a credited that the process will try to make both a gain/loss adjustment >0 and a gain/loss adjustment <0

6.  Set up a translation within ledger step that only includes account and operating unit on the gain / loss chartfields page and define the same value for account on both the gain and loss sections.

7.  Setup a group that includes the new step

8.  Process multicurrency, receive error PSPSQLRT error in GL MultiCurrency Processing: FSPCTADJ - NE000 INSERT. when trying to create a second insert to PS_CUR_WRK1_BD when entries are required for both gain and loss.

Business Impact
Customer is not able to complete multicurrency processing to restate budgets related to inflationary adjustment requirements


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