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EAM9.2:Asset Adjustment Created in Voucher Results to Negative Amount (Doc ID 2758762.1)

Last updated on MARCH 10, 2021

Applies to:

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


When System Source of Asset is 'Load Data From Spreadsheet', Retrieve Info from AP/PO (AMPS1000) process is determining that the Voucher amount created for an existing Asset
is a 'new amount of the Asset' and is making an adjustment to it's original amount to reflect the new amount.
Example: The asset value of 10,000, then make an adjustment via voucher of 1,000. The adjustment generated becomes -9,000.

Steps to replicate:

 1.  Define and download the Spreadsheet Template.  Apart from the required fields, include BUSINESS_UNIT_PO and PO_ID fields.
 2.  Fill out the template.  In this scenario fill out the BUSINESS_UNIT_PO field, but leave the PO_ID field blank.
 3.  Attach in Upload Spreadsheet Data page.  Click Run AM_LOAD process. Interface ID = 10000059.
 4.  Run Load into AM (AMIF1000).
       Interface Transaction Review:
        - Asset ID = 000000000271
        - Load Status = Loaded
        - Cost = 2,000.00
 5.  Run Depreciation Calculation.
 6.  Create a voucher as adjustment to Asset ID 000000000271 amounting to 100.00:
        - Business Unit = US001
        - Voucher ID = 00000558  
 7.  Post Voucher ID 00000558.
 8.  Load Asset Request for Voucher ID 00000558.
 9.  Preview AP/PO Information.  Note:  Cost = 100.00
10.  Retrieve Info from AP/PO for Voucher ID 00000558.
11.  Review Interface Transaction: The voucher amount for the Asset is being set as the `new¿ Cost ($100.00), and is making an adjustment of -$1,900
       to bring the asset value from $2,000 down to $100.

See replication here.




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