EAP: Payment Reference Numbers for Zero Dollar Adjustment Vouchers is truncating the last digit on the Pay Cycle Approval page

(Doc ID 1937139.1)

Last updated on MARCH 18, 2016

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When Zero Dollar Adjustment Vouchers are being created, a Z is added to the beginning of the Payment Reference ID to denote these as Zero Dollar. However, when viewing the items on the Pay Cycle Approval page, the Reference ID is dropping the last number. For example, the Reference ID is Z0000931538, but only the first 10 characters are shown as Z000093153.

1.  Create an Adjustment Voucher
2.  Total Amount, Line Amount and Merchandise Total will all be 0.00
3.  Save the Voucher
4.  Pay the Voucher through the Pay Cycle
5.  Run Payment Selection
6.  Run Payment Creation
7.  Zero Dollar Voucher is picked up for Payment -- Reference Number has Z added
8.  Open a new window and display the Voucher > Payments page
9.  Reference is showing as Z0000010093, which is correct
10.  Go back to the Pay Cycle Manager page and click on the Approve hyperlink
11.  On the Pay Cycle Approval page, the First Payment displays as Z000001009 -- The last digit of the 3 is truncated


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