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EGL9.2: SpreadSheet Journal Import (JRNL1_WS) Creating Extra Erroneous Lines While Insert Multiple Lines Button is Pressed & Closed With Out Entering Any Details (Doc ID 2486807.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 06, 2019

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Issue:
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While inserting multiple lines using Insert Multiple Lines button, Insert Multiple Lines subpage appears. When click "X" in top right corner of Insert Multiple Lines subpage to close the page and return to JRNL1_WS template,
see that extra erroneous journal lines have been created with "no" sys_id and placed above the correct journal lines that are correctly assigned to a sys_id.

 

Steps to Replicate:
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1. Open JRNL1_WS template, add a new sheet by clicking new sheet button
2. Enter Journal header details
3. In Journal Lines, click Insert Multiple Lines button. Insert Multiple Lines subpage appears.
4. In Insert Multiple Lines subpage, click X in top right corner to close the subpage
5. Click on + sign to insert a single line

Please see replication screenshots for more details.

 

Actual Behavior:
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On step 4, extra erroneous journal lines have been created with no sys_id in a section above the correct journal lines that are correctly assigned a sys_id
On step 5, erroneous lines are hidden. Though the extraneous lines do not import,

Expected Behavior:
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There shouldn't be any erroneous lines added to the template as users attempt to key in valid journal line data into the extraneous lines which causes frustration to the user and rework if it was not noticed

Cause

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