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EMM: PM Loop Schedules Automatically Inactivating When An Asset Is Retired (Doc ID 2812917.1)

Last updated on JUNE 17, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms


The PM process is automatically setting the status of PM Loop Schedules to Inactive when one of the assets in the loop is retired. This results in the PM Schedule stopping the creation of PM work orders for the remaining non-retired assets in the loop until the users manually set the status of the PM Loop Schedule back to Active. 


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1 Create a Maintenance Loop with 2 assets (Maintenance Management, Preventive Maintenance, PM Schedule Management Setup, Maintenance Loop)
2 Create a Loop PM Schedule (Maintenance Management, Preventive Maintenance, PM Schedule Management Setup, Loop PM Schedule)
3 Run Preventive Maintenance - WMPM job (Maintenance Management, Preventive Maintenance, Run Preventive Maintenance)
4 Review reports, 2 WOs created (Reporting Tools, BI Publisher, Search for BIP Report)
5 Complete the 2 work orders (Maintenance Management, Work Order Management, Work Order)
6 Run WM_CLOSE (Maintenance Management, Work Order Management, Work Order Processing, Close Work Order)
7 Retire one of the assets (Asset Management, Asset Transactions, Asset Disposal, Retire/Reinstate Asset)
8 Run AM_DEPR_CALC (Asset Management, Depreciation, Processing, Calculate Depreciation)
9 Run WMPM job using the same run control as in step 3
10 The PM Loop Schedule has inactive status

Cause

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