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EGL9.2: Combo Edit Error As Combo Data Table Not Updated Due To 'Invalid Tree Found for Process Group' Error in Combo Build FS_CEBD Process (Doc ID 2720162.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 14, 2020

Applies to:

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


Getting below combo edit error on a journal with one line. Need help troubleshooting.

Combo Edit ERROR
Line Errors  -  Line #411  -  Field Name FUND_CODE "Combo error for fields Fund/Account in group ABC_FND_CL"


Replication Steps

1.Set up combination group 'ABC_FND_CL'
   -combination definition 'ABC_FND_CL'
   -combo editing option 'Combo Data Table'
   -anchor values not in rules 'Mark Invalid'
   -combination groups defines 'Valid Combinations'
   -combination rule 'ABC_FND_CL'

2.Set up combination rule 'ABC_FND_CL'
   -combination definition 'ABC_FND_CL'      effdate for prompting '10/01/2020'
   -anchor cf = Fund Code, tree ALL_FUNDS, node CAPITAL_PROJ
   -nonanchor cf = Account, tree ABC_FND_CLASS, node FUND_3

3.Set up Fund Code tree ALL_FUNDS
           node CAPITAL_PROJ_GRANT
                   leaf [390]
           node CAPITAL_PROJ_NON_GRANT
                   leaf [300]
                   leaf [301]
                   leaf [308]              << fund in journal line with edit error

4.Set up Account tree ABC_FND_CLASS
   node FUND_3 - Capital Projects Fund
           leaf [1100-1300]
           leaf [1308-1399]
           leaf [5086]                  << account in journal line with edit error

5.Ran Combo Build FS_CEBD process for above, received below error -

Combo Build  ERROR
Build Combination Data Processing has begun. (5890,1)
Invalid Tree found for Process Group ABC_FND_CL, chartfield ACCOUNT, setid SHARE, tree name ABC_FND_CLASS, dated 2020-07-01, ABC_FND_CLASS . (5890,9)    <End request number 1. (5890,4)
Build Combination Data processing has completed. (5890,2)
Application Engine program FS_CEBD ended normally




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