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ProCard Load Voucher Stage (PO_CCVCHRSTG) Application Engine Process Does Not Apply Transaction Status Criteria and Process Wrong Transactions (Doc ID 2775533.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 15, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

ProCard Load Voucher Stage (PO_CCVCHRSTG) app engine process does not apply Transaction Status Criteria run control and process wrong transactions.

When trying to process Stage Vouchers for transactions that have the approval status, the system is processing transaction with the status of 'stage' .

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:


1. ProCard – Card Issuers. Card Issuers = ‘VISA’. Make sure that 'Create Prepayment Voucher. checked
    Setup Financials/Supply Chain > Product Related > Procurement Options > Purchasing > ProCard – Card Issuers
2. Clear up CC transactions table to make sure that there is no staged transaction
3. Navigate to Purchasing > Procurement Cards >Process Statement > Load ProCard Stage. Run Load ProCard Stage (PO_CCPCRDSTG) - Visa3.txt
4. Navigate to Purchasing > Procurement Cards >Process Statement > Load Statement. Run Load Statement (PO_CCLOADLD)
5. Navigate to Purchasing > Procurement Cards > Reconcile > Reconcile Statement Page and search for the transaction. It shows all statements with ‘Staged’ status
6. Query: SELECT A.PREPAID_REF, A.CC_STATUS, A.* FROM PS_CC_TRANS_LINE A;
    Result: PREPAID_REF <> '' and CC_STATUS = 0 (Staged)
7. Run Load Voucher Stage (PO_CCVCHRSTG). Transaction status criteria = ‘Approved’ Status
8. Query: SELECT A.PREPAID_REF, A.CC_STATUS, A.* FROM PS_CC_TRANS_LINE A;
    Result: CC_STATUS changed to 4 (Approved)
9. Navigate to Reconcile Statement Page again and check for the transaction again, its not showing the statement anymore.

Changes

 Issue happens after applying fix for Bug 30289717 (which went in PUM image 36).

Cause

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