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Entry Event Process POPOST Missing Entry Event Step POREVERSAL In Same Month As PO Accounting Date (Doc ID 2770988.1)

Last updated on APRIL 28, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN General Ledger - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

After finalize an already entry event processed PO line schedule distribution in the same month as the accounting date of the PO, when run the PO through FS_EVENTGEN Entry Event processor the resulting EE accounting lines for the PO, EE_PO_ACCTG_LN, are missing rows for Entry Event Step POREVERSAL, thus failing to reverse the original impact of the previously generated rows for Entry Event Step POPOST.

REPLICATION STEPS:
Given:
Two year funding, where Fund Code has the Unexpired checkbox checked in kk_exp_cf_value table, with -
BEGIN_DT:  10/1/2019
EXPIRATION_DT:  09/30/2021
END_DT:  09/30/2026
UNEXPIRED:  Y

[A]
Create 2-line Req with Fund Code as described above, with -
Acctg Date: 1/1/2021 (year two of two year funding)
Budget date on both rows:  1/1/2021
Line 1:  100
Line 2:  50
-Budget Check the Req
-Run the Req thru FS_EVENTGEN Entry Event processor

[B]
Create 2-line PO from Req created above, with -
Acctg Date:  2/1/2021
Budget Date:  2/1/2021
Line 1:  75 (pulled from Req line 1)
Line 2:  50 (pulled from Req line 2)
-Budget Check the PO
-Run the Req thru FS_EVENTGEN Entry Event processor
-Run the PO thru FS_EVENTGEN Entry Event processor

No issue up to this point

[C]
Update PO by checking finalize checkbox on line schedule distribution line 1
(No need to change accounting date or budget check)
-Budget Check the PO
-Run the Req thru FS_EVENTGEN Entry Event processor
-Run the PO thru FS_EVENTGEN Entry Event processor

Changes

 

Cause

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