EGL: Entry Event PO Line Close/Reopen Across Accounting Periods (Doc ID 1935471.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 14, 2016

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN General Ledger - Version 9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 9 version, Entry Event - PeopleSoft 9.0, Bundle 43

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Incorrect POPOST entries when closing, reopening one line, reducing another line and crossing accounting periods.

Entry events is not producing the correct accounting when one line of a multi-line PO is closed and then reopened in a subsequent accounting period. Entry event reverses and restates the non-closed lines incorrectly.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Expecting correct repost of trans lines when 1 line is reopened and another is reduced and the events cross accounting periods.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1) Verify you are on bundle 43, open period, etc.
2) Enter a PO w/ current year funding and two lines: line 1 for $100 & line 2 for $200. Use the accounting date 4/1/2014. Run budget check & entry events (creates POPOST for both lines)
3) Using the workbench, close line 1 (leave line 2 open) using the accounting date 4/3/2014. Run budget check and entry events (creates POCLOSE for line 1 & reverses/restates line 2)
4) Using an accounting date of 5/1/2014, decrease the amount on line 2 by decreasing the price from $200 to $150. Run budget check and entry events (creates reversal/restatement of POCLOSE for line 1, creates reversal/restatement of line 2 to $150)
5) Using an accounting date of 6/1/2014, re-open line 1. Run budget check/entry events (creates reversal of POCLOSE & reversal/restatement of the $100 POPOST for line 1 correctly; incorrectly creates a reversal/restatement of the $150/-150 and $150/-200 POPOST). The accounting is incorrect for line 2 (which was never closed)

Cause

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