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EAP: Unable to Budget Check a Denied Voucher if the Budget Date is Changed (Doc ID 2748361.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Unable to Budget Check a Denied Voucher if the Budget Date is changed. Do not see the Voucher in the drop down for the Voucher From/To field on the Budget Check Run Control ID page.

STEPS
1. Setup Installation Options > Products page
  - Commitment Control turned on for GL and AP
2. Payables Options > Vouchering Options 1 page
  - SetID = US005
  - Voucher Approval = Approval Framework
  - Req valid budget & Tolerance % box is checked
3. Sign in as APA1
4. Create a new Voucher for Business Unit = US005
5. Save the Voucher
6. Voucher > Summary page
  - Approval Status = Pending
  - Budget Status = Not Chk’d
7. Budget Check the Voucher
8. Voucher > Summary page
  - Budget Status = Valid
9. On the Voucher > Invoice Information page, click the Submit Approval button to submit the Voucher for approval
10. Log in as MGR3
11. On the Fluid Home page, click the Approvals tile
12. Select the Voucher for approval
13. Click the Deny button
14. Click Submit button to deny the Voucher
15. Log in as APA1
16. Voucher > Summary page
  - Approval Status = Denied
17. Voucher > Invoice Information page
  - Submit Approval button is available
18. On the Distribution Line, Budget Date = 06/11/2020
19. Change the Budget Date to 06/01/2020
20. Save the Voucher
21. Submit Approval button is no longer displayed
22. Voucher > Summary page
  - Approval Status still shows Denied
  - Budget Status = Not Chk’d
23. Budget Check the Voucher through the batch process
24. Click the magnifying glass for the Voucher ID From/To field on the Budget Check Run Control ID page
25. Look Up From page does not display the Denied Voucher so unable to Budget Check the Denied Voucher

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Cause

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