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EGL9.2: During Payroll Accounting Entry Interface to GL Process, Some HR_ACCTG_LINE Rows Not Getting Budget Checked Via Commitment Control > Third Party Transactions > Budget Check HR Payroll (Doc ID 2724147.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 28, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

During run of biweekly payroll accounting entry interface from HCM to GL, starting with run date 9/9/2020 some HR_ACCTG_LINE accounting entry rows were not getting budget checked via Commitment Control > Third Party Transactions > Budget Check HR Payroll

It was identified that this issue occurred only for one of the biweekly runs on 9/9/2020 but did not occur on any subsequent runs.
Also it was identified that rows with Budget Line Status 'E' were for valid budget exception 'out of bounds' as the rows were out of bounds of pc bu, project, activity, resource category from/to dates
-for these budget exceptions once the user expanded the project from/to dates then re-budget checked, these rows then passed budget checking getting Budget Line Status 'V'
-Note: Cynthia usually runs the journal generator process for these payroll accounting entries 'before" running the Third Party budget checking, so the HR_ACCTG_LINE rows have gl bu, journal id, journal date, journal line no. all populated plus gl_distrib_status 'D', before the Third Party budget checking process runs

Replication Steps:
1) On the HCM system, run process Payroll
2) Trigger the payroll accounting entry interface from HCM Payroll to FSCM General Ledger
3) On the FSCM system, run the journal generator process for these payroll accounting entries
4) Then run the Third Party budget checking via Commitment Control > Third Party Transactions > Budget Check HR Payroll

Changes

 

Cause

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