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EPC: Project Costing> Project Definitions > Project Status - When Using Status Path, Users Should Be Allowed To Modify The Latest Status (Doc ID 2790511.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 18, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When using Status Path, users are able to modify fields for the initial status or first status based on the effective dated. The expectation is to be able to modify the fields for the latest status/last status based on the effective dated. (First effective date row or the initial effective dated row)

Replication Steps:

  1. In Demo, Navigate to Set Up Financials/Supply Chain > Product Related > Project Costing > Project Options > Project Type Status Path. Review 'STAT' Project Type in US004 Business Unit.
  2. Project Costing> Project Definitions > General Information. Create a new Project with Status Proposed. The start date is 01/01/2021 and the end date is 12/31/2021
  3. Project Costing> Project Definitions > Project Status. Open the Project and notice that 'P' status is already assigned with an effective date of 01/01/2021. Add Status 'A' with effective date 2/1/2021 and 'O' with effective date 3/1/2021
  4. Go out of the page and come back to this page in correction history mode. Review that the initial effective dated row which is the one dated 1/1/2021 and with status 'P' has fields (effective date, sequence, priority, Interest Calculation factor, and comments) enabled and the status field disabled. But the expectation is that it makes more sense to have the same behavior for the effective dated row dated 3/1/2021 with Status 'O'.

 Replication Screenshots

Changes

 Enhancement fix applied for Bug 31401045

Cause

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