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EGL9.1: Argentina Localization - Spreadsheet Journal Import is Creating Incorrect Amounts (Multiplied By 100) When Decimals <> 00 (Doc ID 2185520.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 06, 2019

Applies to:

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



While importing Journal using spreadsheet journal import, if amounts for which the decimals are not "00" the amount is multiplied by 100 when imported into PeopleSoft.

Steps to Replicate:

1. Make sure Decimal symbol is set to , (Comma). No. of digits after decimal is 2 and Digit grouping symbol is . (dot).
2. Open JRNL1.xlsm and define journal header and journal lines (note different amounts for each line).
     Line 1 amount 1000,01
     Line 2 amount -1000,00
     Line 3 amount -0,01
3. Import journal.
4. Verify results in PS_JRNL_LN.

Actual Behavior:

Amount for line 1 is 100001 (1000,01 is multiplied by 100). Same is happening for line 3. Amount is -1 (0.01 is multiplied by 100). Only line 2 is correct. Amount is -1000

Expected Behavior:

All amounts should be imported correctly regardless of the decimals used.




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