EAP: Paid Amount Is Being Updated When A Paid / Voucher Post / Payment Post Voucher Is Saved (Doc ID 2068600.1)

Last updated on JULY 12, 2017

Applies to:

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

Symptoms


Paid amount is being updated when a paid/voucher post/payment post voucher is saved and when the new exchange rate is added with new effective dated row.

This is turn causes issue when the transaction is journal generated.

STEPS

1. Create Voucher for BU US001 and Vendor ID DEU0000002 and Pay in EUR currency from USD currency account for current date.

2. Submit the voucher for approval and approve the voucher
Note: Market Rate loaded from EUR to USD is less than Invoice Date

3. Query PS_VOUCHER and PS_PYMNT_VCHR_XREF , Exchange rate used is the last available rate as of 04/15.
select * from PS_VOUCHER
where BUSINESS_UNIT = 'US001'
and VOUCHER_ID  = '00000212'

select * from PS_PYMNT_VCHR_XREF
where BUSINESS_UNIT = 'US001'
and VOUCHER_ID  = '00000212'

4. Go to Voucher and Record a Manual Payment

5. Query PS_PYMNT_VCHR_XREF  , Exchange rate used is the last available rate as of 04/15 and PAID_AMT is the USD amount as per the exchange rate.
select * from PS_PYMNT_VCHR_XREF
where BUSINESS_UNIT = 'US001'
and VOUCHER_ID  = '00000212'

6. Run Payment Posting (AP_PSTPYMNT) for the Payment

7. Voucher accounting lines for Payments gets created for Amount USD 108.00

8. Run Voucher Post Process for voucher (AP_PSTVCHR)

9. Voucher accounting lines for AP Accrual gets created for Amount USD 108.00

10. Add current exchange rate for EUR to USD

11. If a user navigates to the voucher which is already Posted any time after the new exchange rate is in and click Save voucher gets saved again.

12.At this point the PAID_AMT from PS_PYMNT_VCHR_XREF Table is recalculated based on current exchange rate. Where as Accounting lines posted remain same with old exchange rate.
select * from PS_PYMNT_VCHR_XREF
where BUSINESS_UNIT = 'US001'
and VOUCHER_ID  = '00000212'

 

Cause

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