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EGL9.2.When Inactivating an Allocation Step, the Following Error Is Trigerred For a Tree Node That Was Removed From a Tree That Is Used In That Step:"“Invalid value CCC in the pool fields (5060,105).The allocation step contain at least one invalid field" (Doc ID 2807177.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 15, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When inactivating an allocation step, the following error message is triggered for a tree node that was removed from a tree that was used in this step. The expectation is that since the step is being inactivated anyway, the Save Edit should not validate the pool, basis or any other values. It was working fine in 9.1, and not as expected in 9.2.

 “Invalid value <specific node that was deleted from tree> in the pool fields (5060,105). The allocation step contain at least one invalid field value.An invalid value could be a Tree Node that does not exists.Make certain that all field values are valid”

Steps to reproduce the issue :

1.Check for an Active project by following the navigation path : Setup Financial >Common Definitions>Design Chartfields>Define Values >Chartfield Values

2.Create or search for a Allocation step that has the project tree and node mentioned in pool by following the navigation path : Allocations>Define and Perform Allocations>Define Allocation Step

3.Check the project tree used in the allocation step above by following the navigation path : Tree Manager>Tree Manager

4.Delete the node that is used in Allocation step from the tree and save it. Make sure that the tree is Valid tree

5.Open the same allocation step and inactivate and save it.

6. Error message is fired:"Invalid value CCC specified in the Pool Fields. (5060,105).The allocation step contains at least one invalid field value.  An invalid value could be a Tree Node that does not exists.  Make certain that all field values are valid.”

More information can be seen in the attached replication document.

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Cause

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