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EAM 9.2:Load Transaction into AM (AMIF1000) Process Does Not Throw Chartfield Combo Edit Error on Non-Default Ledger Group (Doc ID 2550702.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

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



AM Spreadsheet Upload created for two (2) business units - for default and non-default Ledger Group - with rows containing invalid chartfield combinations.
However, the Load Transaction to AM (AMIF1000) process only recognized chartfield combo error for row/s in default ledger group and not on the non-default ledger group.


'1 Combo Edit error/s found. Your setup (REJECT) requires that they be corrected first.'

Expected error:

Combo error in both rows with invalid combinations in the AM Spreadsheet Upload file should have been captured in AMIF1000 message log.

Steps to replicate:

Set up requirement:  Set Combination Edit and assign for two (2) Ledgers Groups (default and non-default) assigned to the Business Unit.

1.  Using filled out AM template, upload Asset using Upload Spreadsheet Data (Asset Management > Send/Receive Information >
    Import Data via Spreadsheet > Upload Spreadsheet Data) and run AM_LOAD process.
2.  Using Asset Management WorkCenter, access Load Transaction into AM and select the 2 BU rows to load, then click
    Load Transaction into AM button to invoke AMIF1000 process.
    (Or, navigate to Asset Management > Send/Receive Information > Interface Transaction > Load into AM)
Result:  AMIF1000 message log showed: '1 Combo Edit error/s found.  Your setup (REJECT) requires that they be corrected first.'
Expected result:  Since two (2) business units had incorrect combo edit error, the message log should show 2 combo edit errors.

Replication document attached




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