EPC : Process Project Accounting (PSA_ACCTGGL) Was Run With Process Journal Entries Unchecked. Running FS_JGEN With PCDEFN Accounting Entry Definition, the Process Does Not Budget Check Transactions But BUDGET_STATUS is 'V' for Journal entries.
(Doc ID 2819510.1)
Last updated on DECEMBER 01, 2023
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Project Costing - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN General Ledger - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
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When the Process Project Accounting (PSA_ACCTGGL) was run with Process Journal Entries checked, the expense transactions are budget checked as expected.
When the process project accounting (PSA_ACCTGGL) Was run with process journal entries unchecked. Running FS_JGEN with PCDEFN accounting entry definition, the process does not budget check transactions anywhere but budget_status is ‘V’ for journal created.
- Disable Commitment control for Project Costing and enable for General ledger in Installation Options - Products.
- Create a Project and Activity.
- Create a commitment control budget.
- Define accounting rules for the 'ACT' analysis type to create accounting entries for this type of transactions.
- Create an 'ACT' transaction using Add Transaction page.
- Run PSA_ACCTGGL (Navigation: Project Costing > Accounting > Process Project Accounting) with Process Journal Entries checked.
- The transactions are budget checked and the journal entries are created and posted. This is correct.
- Create another ACT transaction
- Run PSA_ACCTGGL (Navigation: Project Costing > Accounting > Process Project Accounting) with Process Journal Entries unchecked.
- Run FS_JGEN (Navigation: General Ledger > Journals > Subsystem Journals > Generate Jrnl from Subsystem) with PCDEFN as accounting entry definition in the run control.
- The transactions are not budget checked and the journal entries are created and posted. The budget header status for the journal is 'V' even though the transactions are not budget checked anywhere. This is incorrect.
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