PSA_ACCTGGL Process Is Not Creating Appropriate INP & INR Entries In CA_ACCTG_LN_PC When Use PC Chartfields Is Unchecked.
(Doc ID 2489985.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 07, 2019
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Contracts - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 9.2 version, Acct Distributions - Amt & Rec
When Use PC Chartfields check box is turned off Contract header, PSA_ACCTGGL process is not creating the expected intraunit rows INP/INR even though the set up is configured to created the balancing entries based on Project info.
When Use PC Chartfields check box is turned off Contract header, PSA_ACCTGGL process should create proper intraunit rows INP/INR when Intra unit configuration is done and balancing chartfields is based on Project info.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Ledger group set up to create intraunit balancing entries based on department and project.
2. Accounting rules defined for BLD. Project for the db and cr entries is from source
3. Create a contract with Use PC Chartfields check box turned OFF. Add a rate based contract line.
4. Associate the couple of project/activity to a contract.
5. Create prepaids. The Contract liability distribution, use a project/activity combination 2.
6. Associate the bill plans, revenue plans as appropriate for prepaids and contract lines.
7. Do amount allocation and make the contract active
8. Run the CA_BI_INTFC and other billing process to get the billing plan for the prepaids to complete
9. Create an ACT transaction that creates the BIL row for Project/activity combination 1.
10. Process the BIL row all the way to billing and then run PC_BI_TO_PC to get the BLD rows and UTL rows to PROJ_RESOURCE
11. Run the PSA_ACCTGGL process. Since Project is part of intra unit balancing for the ledger group, the expectation is that the 4 rows needs to be created. DRV, UTL, INP and INR are the expected rows as the project info are different for the DRV and UTL. This does not happen. It only created DRV and UTL rows.
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