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Amendment Allocation Page Is Not Showing Correct Values For "New Billed Amount" And "New Net Billing" (Doc ID 2318866.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 06, 2019

Applies to:

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


On :  9.2 version, Amendments - PUM 20

Amendment allocation page is not showing correct new billing amount and new net billing  amount

When changing amount based contract to increase the amount through amendment, amendment allocation page is not reflecting the correct totals in NEW_BILLED_AMT and NEW_NET_BILL AMOUNT fields.

Amendment allocation page should correctly show new billing amount and new net billing amount when amending a contract to increase the billing limit

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

Set up:
The user is not given authorized for pages CA_AMEND_PRIC_REV ((revenue) and CA_AMEND_PRC_PB (hidden).

1) Open an existing amount based contract
2) Go to line detail
3) Click amend contract
4) On the amendment allocation page:
           4.1) Enter total billing adjustment amount and fixed billing adjustment (amount entered here is the amount that contract is increased)
           4.2) On contract line pricing section, enter the new billing amount (current billing amount + amount from step 4.1)
           4.3) Hit recalculate. This will change the  net new billing amount to current + amount from step 4.1 (correct). This will also set the allocation to complete. (as expected)
           4.4) Hit save. This changes the net billing amount and new net billing amount to the old amount (which current billing amount prior to the amendment) (WRONG).

However data in the ca_chg_dtl shows the correct information and also after processing amendment data in ca_detail reflected the correct new bill amount (as expected) .

No issues when the user is authorized for pages CA_AMEND_PRIC_REV ((revenue) and CA_AMEND_PRC_PB (hidden)..




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