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EAM:Asset ID "NEXT" Copied To Components When Using WorkCenter, Navigator And Fluid Tiles (Doc ID 2393867.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 23, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Asset Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When using the Asset WorkCenter, Navigator or our configured Fluid tiles,  en a user accessed the Express Add (ASSET_ENTRY) as the first component, the value of ¿NEXT¿ correctly displays in the Asset ID. When we go to the next component, in this case BASIC, the value of NEXT is carried over to that component and has to be cleared before we can use the ¿Find an Existing Value¿ feature.

This appears to happen for multiple components. This creates an issue in that the first component in our Fluid Tile is for the ASSET_ENTRY component which automatically displays, even if a user doesn¿t select it. When the user selects another component, the value of ¿NEXT¿ will always default in and has to be cleared by the user.


 1. Via Navigator, select the ASSET_ENTRY component. ¿NEXT¿ correctly defaults in the Asset ID field:
2. Via Navigator, directly access the BASIC component. ¿NEXT¿ remains in the Asset ID field and would need to be cleared out to do a search:
3. Access Cost Adjust/Transfers. ¿NEXT¿ remains in the field. This pattern continue to happen as each pattern is selected 4. This particularly causes an issue with the AM WorkCenter and our Fluid Tile as it carries over to all components in the WorkCenter:



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