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EeS: Self Service Invoice Loads Into the VCHR_HDR_QV With Incorrect values for ORIGIN and ACCOUNTING_DT (Doc ID 2777573.1)

Last updated on JUNE 28, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Voucher Build is run for an Inactive Supplier. The Voucher has pre-edit errors which is correct. The voucher data now exists in the VCHR_XXX_QV records.

A Supplier loads a Self Service Invoice. When the Self Service Invoice loads to the VCHR_XXX_QV records, the VCHR_HDR_QV ORIGIN and ACCOUNTING_DT values are the values from the Voucher existing in the VCHR_XXX_QV Records.


STEPS:
1. Make sure the VCHR_XXX_QV records are empty before testing
2. Inactivate Supplier USA0000008
3. Excel Upload Voucher USA0000008 > ORIGIN = BCH > OPRID = VP2 > ACCOUNTING_DT = 05/15/2021
4. Voucher Build > Process Option = Process BU / US001 > Build interfaces = Excel Upload
5. Voucher Staged with Pre-Edit Errors
6. Voucher Build Error Detail > Field = Supplier / Message: TSE Prompt table edit; value not found in prompt table > Error is valid
7. VCHR_HDR_QV > ORIGIN = BCH, OPRID = VP2, ACCOUNTING_DT = 05-MAY-2-21
8. Review Agreement Details for Supplier USA0000011
    a. Buyer tab > box not checked for Standard Vouchers Allowed
    b. Supplier tab > box checked for Copy from one PO Only, Use Payment Terms From Purchase Order
9. User = JSCOTT > SUPPLIER Portal
10. Add Self Service Invoice from PO > Next > click Copy Purchase Order icon > Search PO > Select PO > click Done icon > click Next icon > click Submit icon > OK to message
11. VCHR_HDR_QV
      a. ORIGIN = BCH...should be = MPY
      b. ACCOUNTING_DT = 15-MAY-21...should be = (null)

NOTE: In the Steps above, User Details/Company Name/Address/Email/Telephone Number represent a fictitious sample (based upon made-up data used in the Oracle Demo Vision instance).  Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental and not intended in any manner.

Changes

 

Cause

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