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TUITION CALC INSERTS INCORRECT SUB FEES INTO FEE_CLASS_PRICE ON WITHDRAWAL (Doc ID 2610632.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 14, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Student Financials - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

 Campus Solutions 9.2 version, Fee Calculation
 
Term sub fees for classes at one location or campus that do not get reduced on withdrawal  are divided over classes at other other locations / campuses in fee class price after the student withdraws.
We Expect a fee that is specific to classes only at one location to only appear in fee class price for classes in that location.    Tuition calc allocates charges to classes in FEE_CLASS_PRICE that were never  subject to the subfee upon withdrawal.

Since fee class price is used to determine the cost of the class for revenue purposes the amount allocated to the class should reflect the appropriate amount of the class.

Steps to replicate include:

     1 Set up 3 term fees with track class pricing on.

            make one eligible for all subjects. 100 per credit

             make 1 subject specific by creating a MATH subfee 1000 per credit

             make 1 subject specific by creating an Anthropology subfee at 10 per credit

     2  Enroll your student in 2 math classes and 2 anthropology classes.

     3   Calc tuition.

                  Note the fees, and specifically the fees under track class price.

                         Note that the math classes were not allocated any of the anthropology subfees.

                         and the anthropology subfee were not allocated to the math class.

     4    Withdraw the student from the term and calc in the 50% point in time

                Note that now the math sub fee is equally allocated to all classes as is the anthropology subfee.

 

Cause

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