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Repackaging Incorrectly Adjusts Both Pell1 and Pell2 When Awarding in Cents (Rounding Option None) After Fixes in PUM Image 19 and Bundle 59 (Doc ID 2779804.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 08, 2022

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Financial Aid - Version 9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When repackaging Pell grants, and the item types are set up with a Rounding Option of None - to allow awarding in Cents - both Pell1 and Pell2 item types are being adjusted incorrectly. Two specific scenarios/behaviors have been observed:

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

  1. On Set Up SACR > Product Related > Financial Aid > Awards > Financial Aid Item Types > FA Item Type 2, for all Pell item types, set rounding option field to None (No Rounding). 
  2. Identify a student with 0 efc, and full time in fall/spring/(trailing) summer terms. 
  3. On Financial Aid > Awards > Award Processing > Assign Awards to a Student > Student Aid Package, manually award the student Pell1 and Pell2 item types; leave the amounts 0 so the system assigns, resulting in 3172.50 per term. 
  4. On Set Up SACR > Product Related > Financial Aid > Awards > Repackaging Plan > Repackaging Plan, set up repackaging plan with two rules, to validate each item type. Do not use the validate remainder of package, and do not insert any other repackaging rules.
  5. Auto-repackage student with the plan, and note the adjustments to both Pell item types. 

Changes

The issue is seen after applying the following fixes:

<Bug 30007672> - first delivered in CS 9.2 PUM Image 19

or

<Bug 30007658>- delivered in CS 9.0 Bundle 59. 

Cause

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