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Pell Origination Not Creating New Row to Allow Reporting of Change in Additional Eligibility Indicator (AEI) When Both Pell1 and Pell2 are Cancelled (Doc ID 2486694.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 25, 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 or 9.2

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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When running Pell origination for students who were adjusted from above 100% to <=100% - and where no actual disbursements have yet been made nor reported - the behavior and data on the manage pell payment component is still not what is expected. The biggest problem is with a full cancellation of all Pell - both Pell1 and Pell2 - where there is no origination adjustment being made at all, other than updating the flags and statuses for rows already processed. In the case where only the Pell2 has been cancelled, students are being correctly adjusted, but the AEI flag is being updated on a prior row(s) in addition to the new row.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Each origination adjustment should be reflected accurately on the page, and prior rows already processed shouldn't be affected. The previous reported issue(s) affecting the processing and reporting of the AEI for Pell reductions or cancellations was expected to be addressed in a fix delivered in Bundle 51 and PUM Image 11.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Cancel or reduce student's Pell
2. Run Pell origination

WHAT IS WORKING
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As noted previously, so far this issue is believed to only be affecting students who had not previously had any actual disbursements made, nor reported.



Cause

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