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Accounting Line Amounts Do Not Equal Percentages On Item Type GL Interface Setup (Doc ID 2797883.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 06, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Student Financials - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Posting, reversing and reposting one item type causes an unbalanced series of accounting lines to be created.   The Item Type GL Interface is setup to have 3 Debit percent allocations and 3 credit percent allocations.

Under the following scenario the accounting lines generated from the reversal of the original posting do not equal the amounts created from the original posting of the item type.

  1. Navigate to Student Financials, Charges and Payments, Group Processing, Create Group Data Entries;
  2. Click on the Add a New Value, and click Add;
  3. Enter the Group Type and Origin on the Group Entry tab;
  4. On the Group Line Entry tab, enter the emplid, item type, amount and a term;
  5. Click Save;
  6. Note the Group Id created;
  7. Navigate to Student Financials, Charges and Payments, Group Processing, Post Transactions;
  8. Select a run control;
  9. Enter the Group ID from Step 6 in the Starting Group ID and Ending Group IDfields;
  10. Click Save;
  11. Click Run to submit the process to the process scheduler;
  12. Navigate to Student Financials, GL Interface, Generate Accounting Entries;
  13. Select a run control;
  14. Complete the run control and submit the process to the process scheduler;
  15. On the following day, Navigate to Student Financials, Charges and Payments, Group Processing, Reverse Groups;
  16. Select a run control;
  17. Enter the Group ID created in Step 6;
  18. Submit the process to the process scheduler;
  19. Perform Steps 7 - 11, entering the Group ID created by the Reverse Group process on the run control;
  20. Perform Steps 1-11 to create a new Group ID containing the same emplid, item type and amount as the Group ID created in Step 6;
  21. Perform Steps 12-14.



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