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EAP: Unable to delete Pre-Edit Error Self-Service Invoice Voucher through Quick Invoice Entry (Doc ID 2356808.1)

Last updated on JULY 07, 2020

Applies to:

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


Created a Self-Service Invoice from eSettlements and ran Voucher Build to create the Voucher. The Voucher went into Pre-Edit error.  Now, want to delete the Voucher. However, the Voucher does not display on the Quick Invoice Entry page. The Quick Invoice Entry page only displays Self-Service Invoices with Build Status = To Build or To Delete.

Prior to Image #23, was able to display Self-Service Invoice with Build Status = Pre-Edit error on the Quick Invoice Entry page in order to delete.  On Image #23, this is no longer an option.

It appears that Bug 22017163  - AP-XML INVOICE VCHR BUILD ERROR OPENS SELF SERVICE INVOICE INSTEAD OF QUICK INV, which was originally included in Image #16, changed this functionality.

1.  Display Supplier ID = BOOKS4U
2.  Location = HEADQRTS with Effective Date = 01/01/1900, Effective Status = Active
3.  Create a Self-Service Invoice for Supplier = Books4U and Me, Buyer = Dean Jones & Bishop (BUY01), Invoice Date = Today's Date
4.  Save and Submit
5.  Display the Invoice through Review Invoice and Release for Processing
6.  Display Supplier ID = BOOKS4U
7.  Add a new Location with Effective Date = 01/01/2018, Effective Status = Active
8.  For Location = HEADQRTS, change the Effective Status to 'Inactive'
9.  Run Voucher Build with Process Option = Process Supplier, Supplier ID = BOOKS4U, Voucher Build Interfaces = Self Service Invoices
10.  Voucher created in Pre-Edit Error with "Supplier Location / TSE Prompt table edit; value not found in prompt table"
11.  Display the Quick Invoice Entry > Find an Existing Value page
12.  Business Unit = BUY01, Build Status = Pre-Edit Error
13.  Following error displays -- No matching values were found.




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