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UCAS Results Offer Matching (SAD_UC_MATCH) Not Running as Expected (Doc ID 2530271.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 07, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Recruiting and Admissions - Version 9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 9 version, Prospects and Applicants

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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UCAS Results offer matching (SAD_UC_MATCH) not running as expected. When UK A level results are available, they are received from UCAS import giving the majority of A-Level results for our UCAS applicants.
When the delivered Result/Offer Matching Process (SAD_UC_MATCH application engine) is ran, the process successfully ran to completion, but did not give the expected results. A very small number of applicants were deemed ‘Satisfied’ (met their offer criteria) by the process.

Further investigation identified students who we would have expected to be assessed successfully but had been marked as ‘Not Satisfied’. When some of these students were examined, the Exam Level (SAD_UC_FRMQUAL.SAD_UC_EXAMLEVEL) for their A levels was identified as Reformed Northern Ireland (RN), Reformed Wales (RW) or Reformed England (RE) in the record for qualifications supplied by UCAS (SAD_UC_FRMQUAL).


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigate to Main Menu > Student Admissions > UCAS Processing > UCAS Decision Processing > Results/Offer Matching Process
2. Run the process for UK A Level Results identified as Reformed Northern Ireland (RN), Reformed Wales (RW) or Reformed England (RE) in the record for qualifications supplied by UCAS (SAD_UC_FRMQUAL).
3. Students are marked as "Not Satisfied"

Cause

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