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KK_CLOSE_FLAG is not set to Y when Running a Close Requisition using the "1 BU" Option (Doc ID 2649033.1)

Last updated on JULY 13, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

KK_CLOSE_FLAG is not set to Y when running a close requisition using the "1 BU" option

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigate : Commitment Control > Review Budget Activities > Budget Details
2. Note down the Pre-Encumbrance amount ($77) for Account : 500000, Dept : 14000, Year : 2019
3. Navigate : Purchasing > Requisitions > Add/Update Requisitions
4. Click Add
5. Enter an item and Save
6. Do Budget Check
7. Check the pre-emcumbrance [This is correct (Earlier it was $77, now $77 + $10 : $87)]
8. Navigate : Purchasing > Purchase Orders > Add/Update POs
9. Click Add
10. Enter Supplier ID
11. Select “Requisition” in the Copy From drop down list
12. Select the Requisition
13. Save
14. Click Cancel Icon
15. Click Yes
16. Select No, Do Not Re-Source Reqs
17. Click Continue
18. Click Ok
19. Navigate : Purchasing > Requisitions > Reconcile Requisitions > Close Requisitions
Note : Create new Run Control & DON’T ENTER ANY DATA IN THE CHART FIELD GRID
Enter 1 BU and Business Unit
20. Run PO_REQRCON process
21. Run the Query
select kk_close_flag from ps_req_ln_distrib where business_unit='US001' and req_id='0000000178';
KK_CLOSE_FLAG : N
22. Navigate : Purchasing > Requisitions > Budget Check
23. Enter Requisition ID and Run PV_FS_BP process for the requisition
24. Navigate : Commitment Control > Review Budget Activities > Budget Details
Issue : Pre-Encumbrance still exists

Changes

 Not Applicable

Cause

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