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EGL 9.2: When clicking on a Journal Approval that was Previously Deleted from GL WorkCenter -> Mass Delete Journals, User Gets Error "Invalid Parameter 1 for function CreateRecord" (Doc ID 2823418.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 22, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN General Ledger - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

After a Journal Approval is Denied and then the user then deletes the journal from  GL WorkCenter -> Mass Delete Journals the Approval Still Exists in the approval tile and it should not.  If user then clicks on the approval they get an error. 


Error:


Steps
1) Make Journal source ONL required for approvals. (Set Up Financials/Supply Chain -> Common Definitions -> Journals -> Define Journal Source

2) Log in as requester and create and submit a journal for approval (General Ledger -> Journals -> Journal Entry -> Create/Update Journal Entries)

3) Log in as approver and deny the approval from the Approval Tile

4) Log in as requester again and make a change to the journal, re-edit and re-submit for approval (changed from $50K to 55K)

5) Go to General Ledger -> GL Workcenter and delete the journal via Mass Delete

6) Log in as approver and go to approvals tile– journal still shows up in approval list

7) Click on approval – get error

See replication steps here.

NOTE: The exact same error occurs if deleted from General Ledger -> Journals -> Journal Entry -> Create/Update Journals.  This was fixed under a diferent bug.  Please see below document for that issue.

EGL9.2: Upon Clicking a Journal on Pending Approval or Monitor Approvals - Getting "Invalid parameter 1 for function CreateRecord (2,116)" (<Document 2709198.1>)

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Cause

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