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EAP - Expired Delegation Requests On EODL_BATCH Are Not Being Removed From Pending Approvals List (Doc ID 2837107.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 27, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Expired delegation requests are not being removed from proxies pending approvals list after running EODL_BATCH process.


STEPS


Using delivered users:

VP1 = Kenneth Schumacher as Delegator
VP2 = Michael Buhler as Proxy/Delegate

1. Logged in as Delegator
2. Go to Enterprise Components > Delegation > Create Delegation Request
3. Raised Delegation Request to Proxy/Delegate > Start Date & End Date: 17th Jun 2021
4. Delegation request is in submitted status. > Check in My Delegates with Delegator’s login.
5. Login with Proxy
6. Go to My approvals tile
7. Delegation request is pending for approval with Proxy.

Do not accept it or deny. Do not change.

8. Run EODL_BATCH process on next day 18th June 2021
9. Enterprise Component > Delegation > Maintain Delegated Authorities EODL_BATCH process went to success
10. Login with Delegator
11. Go to Approvals tile to check the delegation request.
12. The request is not accepted by proxy and it is expired as its end date has been passed

Inside the request, approve button is still coming and all transactions status is showing as Revoke

13. Go to Enterprise Components > Delegation > My delegated Authorities (Revoked tab)
14. Delegation request is showing as Revoked
15. Login with Delegator > Check requests status:
16. Go to Enterprise Components > Delegation > My delegates (Revoked tab)

Delegation request is showing as Revoked

It is showing as Revoked but still expired (end date passed) not accepted requests are there in proxies’ pending approvals for approval.  When EODL_BATCH process runs, it revoked the request but not removed it from proxies pending approvals. So, It should get removed from the pending
approvals.
 

Changes

 

Cause

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