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EAP: IIBB - Certificate Number Doesn't Agree With Cordoba Ordinance - Argentinean Localization (Doc ID 1916457.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 15, 2016

Applies to:

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


It seems that all the Certificates Number in PS follow the same logic: basically, it is sequential by BU, withholding entity, withholding type and withholding jurisdiction. However, according to the Cordoba ordinance it must start at 1 every year.

 Please, see the ordinance,.Article 421 of Decree 443 :

"Article 421 - The number of records shall be responsible auto-generated by himself should not be repeated in the calendar year of issuance and shall consist of fourteen digits, of which:.

First and second, will be used interchangeably to differentiate emission points of the records or identification of operations in accordance with the administrative needs of the agent and not in order to double the number of record. It must begin with 01, irrespective of the use thereof.

Third and fourth: is used to indicate the last two digits of the year of issue.

Fifth to fourteenth: A sequencer number, which must be assigned consecutively and progressive, starting from 0000000001 every year. "


  1. Create a voucher with IIBB withholding
  2. Post voucher
  3. Pay the voucher
  4. Check Certificates Number in withholding report


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