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Academic Standing Action in Veterans Benefit Summary is Not Displaying the Highest Effective Sequence (Doc ID 2343961.1)

Last updated on APRIL 22, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Student Records - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 9.2 version, Student Records Reports


Navigation - Main Menu>Records and Enrollment>Enrollment Reporting>Veterans Benefit Reporting>Veterans Benefit Summary
In Academic Details, the Academic Standing Action is incorrect if the student has more than one action associated with the same effective date, but different effective sequence.
Instead of taking the highest effective sequence, it is displaying the lowest, or first effective sequence for the highest effective dated row.
This does not seem to follow the usual PeopleSoft logic, and is creating defective data for the Veterans Summary for some students who have late grades or manual overrides.

I expect the field for Academic Standing Action to display the highest effective dated, highest effective sequenced row for the most accurate information.
The only workaround is to manually look up the academic standing for each veteran student, which is cumbersome and begs the question of why display information if we know it may be incorrect.

As per Peoplecode eff Date and eff sequence logic, the current row should be the maximum effective dated row, and then the maximum effective sequence for that effective date.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Suppose you have 2 rows of same effective date and different sequence nbr for Academic Standing for a certain term and career in Term History page
2. Go to Main Menu>Records and Enrollment>Enrollment Reporting>Veterans Benefit Reporting>Veterans Benefit Summary
3. Notice that the Academic Standing Action that is coming in the Academic Details is of the lowest effective sequence


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