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EAR 9.2 - EBill Payment - Direct Debit Processing Not Showing Correct Due Date (in PS_PMT_DETAIL_TBL) After Using Lead Days Functionality (Bug 27862056) (Doc ID 2442406.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 25, 2019

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : 9.2 version, Direct Debit

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Payment date remains as due date when payment is done via Direct Debit on eBill Module even after Lead time is being configured

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Payment date remains as due date when payment is done via Direct Debit on eBill Module even after Lead time is being configured

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Setup Direct Debit Profile 
2. Ensure customer is payment is set to Direct debit and direct debit lead time days is set to 1 
3. Go to eBill Payment and try to pay an item (if its not there, you may need to create one and run arupdate for that customer, I used an item which was available for the payment processing) 
4. Add to cart that item and put the payment date as today's date. Ensure we have a different due date for the item chosen for payment. 
5. Submit the payment 
6. Run AR_DIRDEBIT process. 
7. Validate the data on DD_CONTROL table. Here the due date and creation date are populated. 
8. Run ARUPDATE 
9. Payment is posted, validate the item activity. 
10. Create EFT file. 
11. It contains payment date as due date instead of the original date it was actually paid.

Changes

AR_DIRDEBIT process has been modified so that direct debit lead time days is considered during DD processing.

 

Cause

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