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AR9.2: AR _PAYLOAD Populates Incorrect BUSINESS_UNIT In DEPOSIT_CONTROL Table (Doc ID 2764848.1)

Last updated on MARCH 30, 2021

Applies to:

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


When trying to update a deposit that was loaded through the payment interface, the deposit complained about the deposit type being invalid.
The DEPOSIT_CONTROL table, showed a difference in the BUSINESS_UNIT field between a manually entered deposit and one loaded. The BUSINESS_UNIT field for the payment loaded, represents the GL BU tied to the AR Unit, instead of the AR Unit, which is incorrect.

1. Go to Banking/Bank Accounts/External Accounts- Currency Code is USD to match currency of the payment which will be loaded GL BU must be different than AR BU (GL Unit is US003)
2. Go to Peopletools/Utilities/Administration/TableSet Control - check for GL BU US003- AR_11 must be pointing to something else than SHARE, as SHARE is most likely also used for US001 (which is the AR Unit).
3. Load payment file under Peopletools/Integration Broker/Service Utilities/Handler Tester
4. Run application engine under Accounts Receivable/Payments/Electronic Payments/Process Payment Interface - it runs with success
5. Go to Accounts Receivable/Payments/Review Payments/All Deposit- Deposit is successfully loaded, Payment Type is Payment
6. Go to Accounts Receivable/Payments/Online Payments/Regular Deposit-
Issue1- Deposit Type is L and does not include description
When checking look up- L is NOT in the list and description is NOT added
7. Check Banking/Bank Accounts/External Accounts- Account Information tab-
Deposit type for the bank account can be seen as L for Bank USBNK, Bank Account CHCK
8.Run below SQL statement
select * from PS_DEPOSIT_CONTROL where deposit_id='77';
Issue2- BU is coming as US003 in Deposit_Control table which is NOT correct and the problem exists when the AR BU Code (US001) doesn't match the GL BU (US003).



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