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Sales Tax Encumbrance is Not Generated For Lines That did not Create a PO_LINE_DST_NP Line (Doc ID 2536708.1)

Last updated on MARCH 09, 2020

Applies to:

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


1) Sales Tax encumbrance is not generated for lines that did not create a PO_LINE_DST_NP line.
2) When changing sales tax applicability to update record and insert into PO_LINE_DST_NP, duplicate EE_SEQ_NUM is generated. FS_BP will fail

Steps to reproduce the issue:
1) Supplier is sales tax applicable
2) Create PO with 4 lines and change tax applicable as Tax exempt as the Supplier SCM000001 is Sales tax applicable
3) Make Tax exempt for all 4 lines. Save PO.
4) Check data from PS_PO_LINE_DIST_NP table at this point, No data as all lines as tax exempt
5) Now Delete Line 2 and add another Line and make all 4 lines tax applicable
6) Save the PO. At this point, data from PO_LINE_DIST_NP it only shows 2 lines
7) Budget check PO
8) For line 3 and line 4 make tax as Exempt and save
9) Now make Sales tax as applicable again on line 3 and 4 and save
10) Save PO
11) At this point Check data on PO_LINE_DIST_NP, duplicate EE_SEQ_NUM are generated
12) Budget check PO. You get below SQL error.


Process 41422 ABENDED at Step FS_BP_PEOD.ActLogC.iActLog (SQL) -- RC = 805 (108,524)

Followed by below error:

CallAppEngine: Application FS_BP: AppEngine error. (2,653)
KK.CheckBudget.OnExecute Name:LaunchProcess PCPC:5663 Statement:132
Called from:KK.CheckBudget.OnExecute Name:ScheduleRequest Statement:19
Called from:FUNCLIB_KK.PB_BUDGET_CHECK.FieldFormula Name:CheckBudget Statement:18
Called from:FUNCLIB_KK.PB_BUDGET_CHECK.FieldFormula Name:CheckBudget2 Statement:56
Called from:PO_KK_WRK.PB_BUDGET_CHECK.FieldChange Name:PB_BUDGET_CHECK_FC Statement:137
Called from:PO_KK_WRK.PB_BUDGET_CHECK.FieldChange Statement:217

During a CallAppEngine builtin function call, the Application Engine detected an error. The Application Engine log may provide more information.


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