EGL9.2:Updates to Project Chartfield in Allocation Step Pool is Validating Older Effective Dated Steps Resulting to Warning Message: 'Invalid PROJECT_ID value xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx specified in the Pool Fields. (5060,60).'
(Doc ID 2853511.1)
Last updated on MARCH 07, 2022
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN General Ledger - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Updates to Project chartfield in Allocation Step Pool is validating older effective dated steps.
When saving updates to a Project pool in an Allocation Step, the system is validating Projects in the older effective dated steps and preventing user from saving the changes to the current effective dated Allocation Step.
For example: User needs to make changes to current effective dated Allocation Step, Project 1 is inactive and it does not exist in current effective date for the step. Project 1 does exist in a previous effective date.
When they make changes to the current effective dated step, on save, they would get an error message -- 'Invalid Project_id value specified in the pool fields'.
The system does not allow user to save the changes and they have to go to the older effective dates and activate the project in order to save.
Steps to replicate:
1. Navigate to Project Costing > Project Definitions > Define Project General Information and inactivate a Project:
- Select Project 000000000000164.
- Click Project Status link.
- Add a new effective dated row.
- Use Effective Date = 01/01/2020 with Status from A to C. Then, Save.
* Note now that Project 000000000000164 is Inactive.
2. Open an Allocation Step (ex: PC_TEST)
Effective Date = 01/01/1900
Note that in Pool tab, Pool Fields have the following:
Billing Distribution Status
For Project, it is set with Range of Values (Excluded Specified Values):
000000000000164 (this is inactive)
3. Click ‘+’ to add a new effective dated row.
Effective Date = 01/01/2021
Note that all values added to the new effective date.
4. Under the Pools tab, see Pool Field ‘Project’.
Delete of the row by clicking ‘-‘, which is the inactive value. Click OK on the deletion confirmation message.
5. The row gets removed from display. Click Save. Click OK on warning message below twice.
'Warning -- "Selected Detail Values" should be used for equal From /To Values for Pool Field PROJECT_ID. (5060,10)'
6. Then, get message below:
'Invalid PROJECT_ID value 000000000000164 specified in the Pool Fields. (5060,60)'
See replication here.
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