EAM9.2:Physical Inventory (PI) Scanning Shows Asset as Previously Scanned When the Last PI Cycle is Closed Out and a New PI Cycle is Starting.
(Doc ID 2657394.1)
Last updated on JULY 28, 2020
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Asset Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When the Physical Inventory cycle is closed out and a new PI cycle is starting, Asset still shows as previously scanned when it has not been re-scanned yet.
This is working as expected when accessed thru Asset Tracking > Physical Inventory tile. However, with using Find Asset and entering the Unit and Asset ID, Asset still shows as scanned.
Steps to replicate:
1. Find Asset Tracking and click Physical Inventory tile.
2. Enter a PI ID and click Done.
3. From the list at the left, enter its Scan Tag value and then, hit <Enter> key to scan the item.
Note that the item is now marked as scanned.
4. Now, Find Asset for this Asset, then click Search.
Asset showed up, marked as scanned.
* Another way is to use Find Asset, find another asset and do a manual scan by clicking Confirm Manual Scan.
Note that the 2nd asset gets scanned with Scan Type = Manual.
5. Navigate to Asset Management > Physical Inventory > Load/Match/Reconcile PI Info.
- Run AM_PIJOB process for Step 2 (Generate Results).
- Run AM_PIJOB process for Step 3 (Generate Transactions).
6. Check PS_INTFC_PHY_A record for the INTFC_ID generated.
7. Run Load into AM (AMIF1000).
8. Review Transactions. Scanned asset has been loaded (Load Status = Loaded).
9. Now, run AM_PIJOB process for Step 4 (Delete Data).
10. Navigate to Asset Tracking > Physical Inventory tile. There’s ‘No Rows Found’.
11. Navigate to Load/Match/Reconcile PI Info page again to start a new Scan Scope for the same PI ID.
12. Navigate to Asset Tracking > Physical Inventory tile.
13. Enter the PI ID again.
Note that both Asset has been marked as un-scanned again.
However, with using Find Asset and entering the Unit and Asset ID both Assets show as still scanned.
See replication here.
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