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After Applying CS Bundle #41, CTM Triggers Messages Containing Updated Data to Human Resources (HCM) If Data Update Rule is DO_NOT_UPDATE (Doc ID 2149251.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Campus Community - Version 9 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


After applying CS Bundle #41, Transaction Management Process (referred to as CTM) is not adhering to the Data Update Rule setting of DO_NOT_UPDATE and publishes unexpected messages to Human Resources (HR)

This is also occurring when using the Add If Blank rule with actions set to Add if blank for entities, including Names. When posting a record, which should be an Update to an existing ID, one would find that some name data is being messaged, while there was no change on the CS side.

For example:

In CS there is an existing ID 0000123.  That ID has name types, including the following:

PRI = Robert Smith
PRF = Bob Smith

presumably on the HR side the data is the same.

The inbound record from staging, is matched to 0000123. Names in that record are:

PRI = Roberto Smith
PRF= Bobby Smith

A message gets published with the data for both names and then the data is updated in HR from the staging record Names.  In CS the names remain as:
PRI = Robert Smith
PRF = Bob Smith

If the inbound/staging record had another name type with data which did not exist for 0000123, then that would be considered 'blank' and that name type data would be added.

This issue impacts various messages containing constituent data, including the following:


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