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EGL: Open Period Mass Update Page Does Not Generate Message, Begin Lag Days (-10) < End Lag Days (-7) Not Allowed (9000,412), On First Save (Doc ID 2647170.1)

Last updated on MARCH 10, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN General Ledger - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In the Open Period Mass Update page user is able to save Lag Day changes when Begin and End Lag days are different.  However, when going back into the page to make changes, a Save Message appears.

Begin Lag days (-10) < End Lag days (-7), not allowed. (9000, 412)

1. US001 Ledgers For A Unit > RECORDING Ledger Group > Calendar ID = 01 Monthly
2. GL and AP PeopleSoft Product > Open Periods From 01/01/2019 To 12/31/2019
3. Open Periods Mass Update > Product = AP, Calendar = 01, Unit = US001 > Search
4. Open Period(s) section updated > Click Edit Row link > Fields after Edit Row column open up for editing
5. Set Begin Lag = -10, End Lag = -7 > Do not check Select box > Save
6. Fields in Open Period(s) section now grayed out
7. Navigate to Open Period Update > changes made through Open Periods Mass Update are seen here > Make no changes > Save
8. Message: Begin lag days (-10) < End lag days (-7), not allowed. (9000,412) > OK
    a. If change is made directly through Open Period Update and not Open Periods Mass Update, the Save Message is received
    b. If Begin Lag and End Lag have the same values, Save is successful
    c. Remove Lag Days and Save
    d. Get out of page
9. Back to Open Periods Mass Update > PeopleSoft Product = AP, Calendar = 01, Unit = % > Search > Open Period(s) section populates with search results
    a. Update Selected Rows section enter values
    b. In Open Period(s) section check Select box for Unit = US001
    c. Click Apply
    d. Message: Begin lag days (-10) < End lag days (-7), not allowed. (9000,412)




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