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Not Able to Close the PO After Un-linking a Requisition From a Purchase Order (Doc ID 2651184.1)

Last updated on JUNE 15, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Not Able to Close the PO After Un-linking a Requisition From a Purchase Order. The Entry Event (FS_EVENTGEN), Requisition Reversal not Posting After Unlink.

Replication Steps:


1. Create Requisition in Period 1 for 100 and Validate Budget Check;
2. Run Entry Event Req(FS_EVENTGEN) – run by document;
3. Create Purchase Order in Period 1 for 100 (copy from Requisition in step 1);
4. Validate PO Budget check. Note that Requisition is associated to PO at PO distribution line;
5. Entry Event PO (FS_EVENTGEN) – run by document;
6. Entry Event Req (FS_EVENTGEN) – run by document;
7. “Unlink Req from PO”. Clear requisition info at PO distribution line;
8. OK to message 'The requisition open quantity/amount will be increased. (10200,453);
9. OK to message 'Requisition information has been cleared on distribution line. (10200,707);
10. Change PO accounting and budget date;
11. Save and Budget Check PO.
12. Run Entry Event PO (FS_EVENTGEN) - By Business Unit;
13. Run Entry Event Req(FS_EVENTGEN) – By Business Unit;
14. Close the PO (Buyer Workbench Page);
15. If the PO is not qualified to close due to Receiving Required, override it.
16. When proceed the close, got the message:
  “Entry Event Accounting has not been generated prior to closing Purchase Order 0000000408. (10225,46) “
  OK to message.
17. If try to run FS_EVENTGEN again, the PO is not available to select. (It was ran before at step 5).
  Not able to close the PO.

Changes

 

Cause

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