EAM- Unitize Update Load Status And Intfc_status To UNI When One Of The Line Is Deleted While Consolidate
Last updated on NOVEMBER 07, 2016
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Asset Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 9.2 version, PUM # 17. Functionality
Asset Consolidation is not working when voucher data is removed from consolidation page - Image 17
Unitize updated the Load Status and Intfc_status to UNI when one of the line is deleted while doing the consolidation
The problem appears to be that if a voucher is brought into the consolidate asset page and then later deleted, the status for the assets that need to be consolidated is not updated properly. For example, I brought 3 vouchers into the consolidate page, then decided I would only consolidate two of them and deleted the 3rd (and tried just unchecking the voucher too). The status for both fields intfc_status and status in the ps_intfc_fin and ps_intfc_phy_a tables are updated with ‘UNI’ for unitize but it should say CON for consolidate and NEW so that the transaction loader can pick them up to create the asset.
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voucher is brought into the consolidate asset page and then later deleted, the status for the assets that need to be consolidated and updated properly.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
Summary of replication steps
1. Interface from AP/PO (at least 3 vouchers)
2. Bring all 3 into the consolidate page, by clicking add, then search
3. All 3 appear on the From page
4. Delete one which will be unitized later
5. Continue to consolidate the 2 assets and save
6. Unitize other voucher and save
7. Review data on intfc_fin and intfc_phy_a tables - note that the consolidated row which was previously set correctly to CON/NEW is now updated to UNI/UNI
The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, users cannot get correct consolidation results when the voucher was deleted from the page.
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