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BRLAP: Voucher Closed With Prepayment Totally Applied (Doc ID 2437362.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables Brazil - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



Regular voucher with totally applied with prepayment, is available to be closed. It should not be closed.


Create regular voucher 1000.00
Created Prepaid voucher 1000,00 and pay
open window to apply regular voucher i preypemnt
open another window to close regular voucher and save
Go to window apply regular in prepyment and apply
process post voucher.


Should PeopleBooks be correct, the system should prevent the User from effectively mar the Regular Voucher for closure, and have it closed. If the functionality delivered in the FSCM Online Application should allow the User to decide whether to close it or not, contradicting PeopleBooks, then a clear Warning Message should be triggered when trying to save the changes when the Voucher Close checkbox has been selected at the Voucher Attributes tab, or when trying to launch Voucher Post from the Voucher Entry Component. At all times, the User should be clearly informed on what would happen to the prepayment if the Regular Voucher applied to it gets closed.

Note that when doing the same action at the Mark Voucher For Closure page, the system properly displays the below listed Warning Message:

  " Warning -- There are prepaid vouchers associated with this payment. Proceed with Cancel/Close? (7015,229)
  You have selected the option to close the vouchers paid by this payment. One or more prepaid vouchers are applied to these vouchers. If you close the vouchers without unapplying the prepayments, the applied amounts will not be closed. Press OK to proceed or Cancel to abort. "




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