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Unable To Select Different Output Format For Intrastat Reports ISTX0050 and ISTX0100 After Upgrading To PeopleTools 8.56 (Doc ID 2454113.1)

Last updated on APRIL 01, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.56 to 8.56 [Release 8.4]
PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN General Ledger - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.



FSCM 9.2 Application Release delivers the Intrastat Reports as BI Publisher Report Definitions (ISTX0050S & ISTX0100S) whose Output Formats have been enabled for the below values:

    - HTML   (this one is marked as the default value)
    - PDF
    - RTF
    - XLS

However, after upgrade to Tools 8.56, when trying to launch the XML Publisher processes, ISTX0050 & ISTX0100, and select an Output Format different than the default value (HTML), such as PDF/XLS/RTF, the system automatically resets the value selected at the Process Scheduler Request page to the Report Definition's default value.

Unable to change the report output format on the Process Scheduler Request page due to the Application Engine Process name and BI Report name being different.

Steps to Replicate:
1. Upgrade to PeopleTools 8.56
2. Reporting Tools > BI Publisher > Report Definition, report name slightly different than process name
3. PeopleTools > Process Scheduler > Processes, process name slightly different than above report name


 Issue is caused by  a discrepancy between the process scheduler Process Name and the BI Publisher Report Definition Name.
Matching the PeopleTools Process Scheduler Process Name and BIP Report Definition Name are required so that Process Scheduler meta data may be found to allow format change when submitting to the Process Scheduler.


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