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EAM9.2:COMBO EDIT ERROR OCCURRING WHEN TRYING TO UNITIZE NON CAPITALIZED ASSET (Doc ID 2528545.1)

Last updated on APRIL 10, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Asset Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Issue:
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Combo edit error occurring when trying to unitize non capitalized assets.


Steps to replicate:
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1. Disable commitment control for Accounts Payable
2. Set Chart filed edit option as “Reject /Edit error ” on AM business unit setup page.
Navigation: Setup Financials /Supply Chain -> Business unit related -> Asset Management -> Asset Management Definition
Go to> Business Unit /Book definition tab , Accounting Entry Option , Chart Field Edit Option
3. Create /chose , Asset Profiles which is having Capitalized asset check box unselected
Navigation: Setup Fianacials/Supply Chain -> Product Related -> Asset Management -> Profiles .
4. Create AP voucher and select Asset Check box on the Asset tab at Voucher Line level , Provide Asset Business unit and Non capitalized asset Profile .
Navigation: Accounts Payable -> Vouchers-> Add/Update -> Regular Entry
5. Approve and Post the voucher
6. Run Load Asset request process
Navigation: Accounts Payable -> Batch Processes -> Extracts and Loads -> Load Assets Request  INTFAPAM
7. Run Retrieve Info from AP/PO process
Navigation: Asset Management -> Send /Receive Info -> Retrieve info from AP/PO
8. Unitize assets
Navigation: Asset Management -> Send/Receive information>-> Load Transactions -> Unitize assets

Please see Replication steps for more details.. 

Actual Behavior
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Not allowing user to save details when utilize the assets on Load Utilize assets page.

Expected Behavior
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Since user trying to utilize the non-capitalized assets , it should not show Combo edit error

 

Changes

 

Cause

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