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PO_CCLOADLD (Load Pcard Statement) is Automatically Matching a Random PO id (Doc ID 2823340.1)

Last updated on MAY 10, 2022

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


PO_CCLOADLD (Load Pcard Statement) is automatically matching a random PO id which is incorrect since it might use incorrect chartfields. Random PO id is happening based on trans date = PO dt and transaction amount = PO amount.

It is not taking accounting that the Supplier does not have Procurement Card associated.

Steps to reproduce the issue:


  1. Pcard Load Statement Options setup. Criteria to find Matching Purchase Orders. Reconcile by header checked.   Navigation: Menu > Setup Financials/Supply Chain > Product Related > Procurement Options > Purchasing > PCard Load Statement Options
  2. Cardholder Profile. Set 'Frank Kapur' to credit card 'XXXXXXXXXXX5571'.  DEMO data.  Navigation: Menu > Purchasing > Procurement Cards > Definitions > Cardholder Profile
  3. Edit Sample file to match to PO date (current date)
  4. Make sure that supplier '0000000044' is not associated to procurement card.   Navigation: Menu > Suppliers > Supplier Information > Add/Update


  1.  Create PO for Supplier '0000000044' amount US$100.00, budget check and Dispatch.  Navigation: Menu > Purchasing > Purchase orders > Add/Update POs
  2.  Run Load Pcard Stage.  Navigation: Menu > Purchasing > Procurement Cards > Load PCard Stage
  3.  Run Load PCard Statement.   Navigation: Menu > Purchasing > Procurement Cards > Load PCard Statement
  4.  Go to Reconcile Statement page. Access Purchase Details link. Note that PO id created above is linked to this statement and should not.   Navigation: Menu > Purchasing > Procurement Cards > Reconcile > Reconcile PCard Statement


NOTE: In the replication steps, user details/company name/address/email/ telephone number all represent a fictitious sample from the Oracle Demo Vision Database. Any similarity to actual companies or actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental and is in no way intentional on the part of Oracle




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