PE: APT Request Does Not Create Timeline Correct (Doc ID 2202196.1)

Last updated on MAY 08, 2017

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Student Records - Version 9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 9 version, bundle 40 Student Records Additional Features

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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When running APT Request, if there are multiple rows in Enrollment Cohort Table (split by Cohort Tag), the process always uses the values of the 1st row in page regardless of Cohort Tag value

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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For all values in the Cohort Tag

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1, Create Program of Study
2. Create Enrollment Cohort (Set up SACR-> Foundation Tables-> Term Set Up -> Enrollment Cohort )
3. Matriculate new Student
4. Update Cohort Tag (Records and Enrollment ->Career and Program Information -> Student Program/Plan
5. Run APT request - Stage 1 will be Created
6. Review Records and Enrollment -> Program Enrollment -> Academic Progress Tracker
7. Run APT request for Stage 2 and note it is created
8. Note Issue:
Mismatch the Stage II – Full Year is node id 210 (Build Program by Format)

Stage II – Full Year is mapped to Full Year in Enrollment Cohort Tag SPR
Stage II – Full Year is mapped to Autumn in Enrollment Cohort Tag NULL

9. Run APT Request for next term and stage 2 and 3 are created
The semesters are having the same session code with Enrollment Cohort, Cohort Tag value = Null
10. Delete the one with enrollment tag = Null
11. Run Delete Planning for Fall Admit student, all nodes
12. Run APT Request for Fall Admit Students
Note: All semesters and sessions are created in CORRECT order
13. Run Delete Planning for Spring Admit Students for all nodes
14. Run APT Request for Spring Admit Students
15. Add a new enrollment Cohort that will become first row in the sequence
16. Delete Planning Node
17. Run APT request again, create planning node again
Timeline is created with values in the first row of the enrollment cohort

Cause

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