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FSCM ChartFields: Project ID Not Showing Up On Chartfield Drop Down List (Doc ID 2226419.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 30, 2019

Applies to:

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

Symptoms



ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Project ID not showing up on Chartfield Drop down list

Project ID 12345-1 was created through the Chartfield Request workflow. PS_PROJECT_FS table contains Project ID,12345-1. When the user goes to Design Chartfields > Define Values > Chartfield Values > Project, and types in 12345-1, Project ID 12345-1 does not show up in the drop down list/prompt. However, if you type the full Project ID,12345-1 and hit search, it will let you go into the Project screen for that project. This is causing a problem for users because they can not see on project on the Speedtype setup, they enter the Project ID 12345-1, it is also not showing up on the drop down list and the Speedtype will not save, as it says it is an invalid value.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Project should be available to be selected on Speedtype screen and be select able in prompts

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

  1.  Create Project using Chartfield Request workflow
  2.  Go to Setup Financials /Supply Chain > Common Definitions > Design Chartfields > Define Values > Chartfield Values > Project: Confirm project exists
  3.  Setup Financials /Supply Chain > Common Definitions > Design Chartfields > Define Values > SpeedTypes > Add new
  4.  Type the newly created project in the Project field
  5.  Receive message: Invalid Value -- Press the prompt button or hyperlink for a list of valid values (15,11)



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