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EGL9.2: Multi-currency Process(FSPCCURR) Doesn't Produce Appropriate Result When 2 Requests With Same Business Unit & Process Group Combinations Are Used In Same Run Control (Doc ID 2338560.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 01, 2018

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Issue:
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If Multi-currency process run control has 2 requests for same Business unit & process group combination, the process run goes to success for 1st run, but creates double posting of translation journals. When run control is run for next time with Undo option, process fails with ‘Undo Previous Process specified and more than one processes found in the log for Step’ error.

Steps to Replicate:
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1. Set up translation rules & steps.
2. Include translation step in a multi-currency process group.
3. Create a run control & include at least 2 rows of same business unit + process group combination.
4. Run multi-currency process.
5. Modify translation step to perform undo.
6. Rerun multi-currency process using the same run control

Please see replication screenshots for more details.

Actual Behavior:
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On first run, 2 similar journals were created for 2 similar requests having combination of business unit & process group.

On next run with undo option, process fails with ‘Undo Previous Process specified and more than one processes found in the log for Step’ error.

Expected Behavior:
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Multi-currency process should be able to handle the scenario when 2 requests of same business unit & process group combination are specified in same runcontrol.

Changes

 

Cause

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