Last updated on JUNE 14, 2017
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Receivables - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Per PeopleBooks, if two Lockbox files have the same Deposit Business Unit and Lockbox ID, then it looks at the Bank, Bank Account, Deposit Date and Control Totals to determine if it's a duplicate deposit. However, it has been detected that even if the Lockbox file being uploaded has the same Deposit Business Unit, but the Lockbox ID is different, the system still marks it as a duplicate if the other 4 variables are the same (Bank, Bank Account, Deposit Date and Control Totals).
- From PeopleBooks:
Duplicate deposits in lockbox and EDI deposits are placed on hold, with an indicator on the Payment Interface Duplicate - Totals page.
The system uses different criteria to identify duplicates, depending on the type of deposit:
- If two lockbox deposits with the same deposit unit and lockbox ID are received, the system uses four criteria to determine whether they are duplicates: bank, bank account, deposit date, and control totals.
The system groups duplicate payments into deposits and marks them as duplicates.
1.- Have a Lockbox flat file containing information for a Deposit, and a Payment transaction
2.- Launch the AR25001 delivered process to load the Lockbox file data into the EC Records
3.- Launch the AR_PAYLOAD program to generate the Deposit Group, and its Payment information
4.- Amend the Lockbox file so that the Lockbox ID value is different, as well as the Payment ID, and the Time, keeping all the rest the same
5.- Launch the AR25001 delivered process to load the Lockbox file data into the EC Records
6.- Launch the AR_PAYLOAD program to generate the Deposit Group, and its Payment information
7.- Confirm that the new Deposit transaction is being held as duplicate
To gather more information concerning this scenario and its related problem, refer to the available Replication Steps Word Document here linked containing the complete configuration and the replication steps necessary to reproduce the issue. The 2 Lockbox flat files used on the test are also for download at the bottom section of this KM Document.
The Lockbox Deposit is being flagged as duplicate, and as such, it cannot be used for Payment Predictor, nor Payment Worksheets.
The Lockbox upload interface, along with AR Payload process, should only flag as duplicate when Deposit BU, Lockbox ID, Bank Code, Bank Account, Deposit Date, and Control Amounts are the same.
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