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EAM: Re-running AMDPINFL After Retirement Creates Unbalanced Accounting Entries (Doc ID 2731125.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 23, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Asset Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


Unbalanced DIST_LN for Retired Assets due to AMDPINFL Process

We have the AM accounting entries going out of balance. These accounting entries are one-sided (no offset) inflation cost adjustments (Distribution Type ‘IC’ ) from the AMDPINFL process.

Replication Steps:

  1. Validate AM Installation Options have Inflation checked
  2. Add GL BU
  3. Ledgers for A Unit for new GL BU
  4. Add AM BU
  5. Review Market Rate Index for Inflation Adjustment
  6. Review Market Rate Types
  7. Add Market Rate for currency
  8. Add New Profile
  9. Set Inflation entries in Category
  10. Review Accounting Entry Template IDs
  11. Update Accounting Entries for Trans_Type of INF
  12. Open periods in AM and GL
  13. Add Asset
  14. During add entry, validate Inflation on Depreciation page
  15. Run AM_DEPR_CALC and review Process Monitor for success
  16. Retire Asset
  17. Run AM_DEPR_CALC and review Process Monitor for success
  18. Review Depreciation online
  19. Run AMAEDIST and review Process Monitor for success
  20. Review Financial Entries online
  21. Run AMDPINFL for historic period and review Process Monitor for success
  22. Review Financial Entries online and shows INF prior to retirement
  23. Re-run AMDPINFL for period after retirement and review Process Monitor for success
  24. Review Financial Entries online – shows INFL entries after retirement that are not balanced



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