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ECA / EPC : Customer Contract Fluid - Contract Profit Margin Tile Does Not Display Cost, Profit Margin and Profit Margin (%) Fields With Correct Values. (Doc ID 2818234.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 04, 2021

Applies to:

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


Customer contract fluid - contract profit margin tile does not display Cost, Profit Margin, and Profit Margin (%) fields with correct values. Since Cost was calculated incorrectly the Profit Marfin fields are also incorrect.

Replication Steps:

  1. Create an award with project budgets.
  2. Create a new analysis type FRN.
  3. Create a Rate plan with cost and billing rate set. Cost Rate Set - Creates an FRN target for PAY row of 50% cost. Billing Rate Set - Created BIL row at a mark up of 1.5 for both PAY and FRN transactions.
  4. Create Cost transactions for the project. PAY row for example $100.
  5. PAY and FRN rows got generated along with the associated BIL rows as per Rate Plan. Row exists at this time are $100 PAY, $50 FRN, $150 for BIL associated with PAY, and $75 for BIL associated with PAY.
  6. Run CA_BI_INTFC.
  7. The BIL rows got converted to BLD for billing rows associated with PAY and FRN rows.
  8. Run PSA_ACCTGGL process to process revenue.
  9. Run FS_JGEN (Journal Generator).
  10. Run CA_LOAD_UPD. Retrieve Journal Updates process.
  11. Added Project to My projects.
  12. Ran the PC_SUM_PR (Refresh Reporting Tables) process.
  13. Navigation: Go To the Fluid Home page. Customer Contracts > Contracts Profit Margin tile shows that the cost is $100 only. But the actual cost is $100 (PAY) + $50 (FRN) row for a total of $150.

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