EPC: Funds Distribution Is Incorrectly Overwriting KK (Commitment Control Expense) When Processing ODL Transactions.
(Doc ID 2756835.1)
Last updated on MARCH 06, 2021
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Project Costing - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
PC_FND_DIST process is not creating the correct expenses in commitment control when processing ODL transactions. The total expenses shown in the PS_PROJ_RESOURCE table do not tie with the expenses shown in commitment control.
- Enable Commitment Control for General Ledger and Project Costing products.
- Create a Project ID.
- Create Project Activities.
- Create Funds Distribution Source Rule for GLE analysis type.
- Create Funds Distribution Target Rule. 80 % FDF and 20 % FDS with a threshold amount of say $10. FDS has the reversal and budget check turned on and is associated with a different account.
- Create a Budget Journal and post that is enough to capture all expenses for the project.
- Create a GL Journal for $21 amount with PC chart fields.
- Edit and Post GL Journal.
- Run Project Costing > Cost Collection > General Ledger (PC_GL_TO_PC).
- Review budgets using Commitment Control > Review Budget Activities > Budgets Overview. Expense show up as $21.
- Process Funds Distribution (PC_FND_DIST). PROJ_RESOURCE data - ODL - $11, FDF - $8, FDS - $2, FDR - $2.
- Review Commitment Control – Budgets Overview – Expense of $21.
- Increase Threshold Amount to 21 from 10 to Clear ODL row.
- Process Funds Distribution (PC_FND_DIST). PROJ_RESOURCE data - FDF - $8 and 8.8, FDS - $2 and 2.2, FDR - $2 and 2.2.
- Review budgets using Commitment Control > Review Budget Activities > Budgets Overview. This is where the issue is. According to commitment control, there is only $19 in the expense section which is incorrect. It should have been $21. The expense amount for FDS associated account should show $4.2 instead of $2.2.
The issue started happening after upgrading to PUM 35 from an earlier release of PUM 25 or earlier.
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