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When Adding A New Journal Source To Journal Source Security By BU - All Journal Sources Get Added Even if You Only Select One Journal Source (Doc ID 2829661.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN General Ledger - Version 9.2 and later
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If you add a new journal source - and then go to Journal Source Security by BU to add the new journal source to the BU, it appears that you are only adding the one journal source - but in all actuality - all journal sources NOT already assgined to the BU get assigned.

1) Go to Journal Source and add a new journal source (Setup Financlals/Supply Chain -> Common Definitions -> Define Journal Source)
2) Go to Journal Source Securtiy by BU an click on Add Journal Source. All journal sources not already associated to the BU come up on a new page. (Already checked ON that they should be added to the BU)
3) Click on find to find the new journal source - one row is returned - that one row is checked ON to add to the BU - Click on OK. (Setup Financlals/Supply Chain -> Security -> Journal Source Security BU)
4) Because all of the journal sources were originally checked ON to add to the BU - all journal sources are added. This should not happen because when you search for the journal source it returns 1 row and when you click on Add  - it looks like you are only adding the one.

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