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EMM: Issue With "Last Reading" Link On Preventive Maintenance Loop Schedule Disappearing On Loop Schedule (Doc ID 2573799.1)

Last updated on JULY 21, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : 9.2 version, Preventive Maintenance

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Issue with "Last Reading" link on Preventive Maintnenance Loop schedule disappearing on Loop Schedule

After running the WM_PM process, run the PM process against a loop schedule with multiple PM Work Orders to generate. A PM Work Order will be created for the first asset only based on the Individual asset basis date used on the loop schedule. Next, review the loop schedule. The "asset basis date" link is still visible. However, the "last reading" link has disappeared.

There is still one asset in the loop that has not had a PM Work Order created against it yet, and where the last reading field is still valid. The basis date link is still there, and the user can change the last basis date for this asset.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Created Loop id:
2. Created PM Loop Schedule using above loop id. Note both that “Asset Basis date” and “Last Reading” links appear:
3. Note the dates used in the “Asset Basis Date” link and readings used in the “Last Reading” link:
4. Next, run the PM process against this loop schedule. A PM WO will be created for the first asset (only) based on the Individual asset basis date used on the loop schedule.
5. Next, review the loop schedule. The “asset basis date link” is still visible. However, the “Last Reading” link has disappeared.
6. There is still one asset in the loop that has not had a PM WO created against it yet, and where the last reading field is still valid. The basis date link is still there, and user can change the last basis date for this asset.




Cause

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