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Pell1 Fails Validation With Edit 9254 When Awarding More than One Item Type (Doc ID 2484255.1)

Last updated on APRIL 30, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Financial Aid - Version 9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : Campus Solutions 9.2 PUM Image 11 or Campus Solutions 9.0 Bundle 51

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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When attempting to package Pell1 for students, using more than one item type, some students  are not able to be awarded the final item type for the remaining Pell1 eligibility, as the item type fails with validation edit 9254, "student has not been awarded Pell grant because their cumulative load exceeds 100%. Use an additional Pell grant to award." The problems have been seen with using separate item types for each term awarded (e.g. one for fall, one for spring), or separate item types by award period.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Awarding should be allowed as the student is going exactly to (not over) 100%, and this issue was supposed to be fixed in PUM 11 and Bundle 51.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Award (validate and post) qualifying full time student half their aid year 2019 Pell1 eligibility for fall term only
2. Add another Pell item type for remaining Pell1 for spring term only
3. Validate

WHAT IS WORKING
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Issue does not affect all students, just some. The scenario as specifically seen when awarding separate fall and spring item types seems specific to students who are full time in both terms and in only certain EFC ranges. Many of the previous similar problems supposed to be fixed in PUM 11 and Bundle 51 have indeed been verified to be fixed.



Cause

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