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ECA: Unit Billing and Unit Revenue Amounts Are Not Calculated Correctly on Contract Lines. (Doc ID 2529237.1)

Last updated on JUNE 03, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Unit Billing Amount and Unit Revenue Amounts are not calculated correctly when the line amount is renegotiated and an amendment is processed.


Replication Steps:

Case 1:

1. In demo, created a contract with amount based contract line. Quantity 2, Billing amount is say 400,000. The unit billing at this time is 200,000.

2. Activated the contract.

3. Amended the contract so that the billing amount changes from 400,000 to 500,000. The expectation is to show the unit billing as 250,000 once the amendment is processed.

It did not change any thing, the unit billing amount is still 200,000.

Case 2:

1. In demo, created a contract with amount based contract line. Quantity 2, Billing amount is say 400,000. The unit billing at this time is 200,000

2. Activated the contract.

3. Amended the contract so that the quantity changes from 2 to 1. The expectation is to show the unit billing as 400,000 once the amendment is processed.

Case 3:

1. Create a contract. With fixed amount contract line. Billing amount is 15,000. Qty 1.

2. Activate the contract.

3. Amend the contract. Add a rate based contract line with QTY 1 and no billing limit specified. Reduce the billing amount from 15,000 to 0.

4. Complete amendment.

5. Create an amendment. Add billing limit for rate based contract line as 15,000 instead of 0.

6. Complete amendment.

7. Notice that the Unit Billing for Rate based contract line is 0. Expectation is that it should be 15,000.

 

Changes

 

Cause

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