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Item Type GL Interface Information Can Be Saved Without Entering Debit/Credit Indicator (Doc ID 2427445.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 13, 2018

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Student Financials - Version 9 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On  Campus Solutions, the GL Interface setup on an item type allows entered data to be saved without specifying the Debit/Credit indicator. When the Generate Accounting Entries process (SFPGLINT) processes postings of the item type, the ITEM_LINE_SF rows are updated with a value in the GL_POSTING_DTTM field, but no accounting lines are created.

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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GL Interface setup page does not have an edit for the Debit/Credit Indicator.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Debit/Credit indicators are essential for correct generation of accounting lines and the set up page should require the field be populated.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigate to Set Up SACR, Product Related, Student Financials, Item Types, Item Types;
2. Click Add a New Value;
3. Enter a new item type value;
4. Click the GL Interface Required box;
5. Click the GL Interface tab;
6. Complete the setup of the GL Information, excluding the Debit/Credit Indicator;
7. Navigate to Student Financials, Charges and Payments, Post Student Transaction;
8. Select an emplid, and enter the item type created in Steps 1-6;
9. Post the item type to the student account;
10. Navigate to Student Financials, GL Interface, Generate Accounting Entries;
11. Select a run control;
12. Complete the run control and submit the process to the process scheduler.


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