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EGL 9.2: After Applying BUG 33771283 The Post Option to Move the Budget Transfer Journal to The Process Monitor No Longer Moves the Budget Transfer to The Process Monitor and the Post Process is Not Run (Doc ID 2855124.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

Applies to:

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


After Applying <Bug 33771283> : EGL 9.2: BUDGET TRANSFER JOURNAL DOES NOT TRANSFER TO PROCESS MONITOR (which fixed the issue of the Pre-Budget Check option to transfer the Budget Transfer Journal to the Process Monitor NOT transferring to the Process Monitor, a new issue was found.

After applying the above bug - the budget transfer journal was moved to the process monitor correctly when choosing pre-budget check, but if you pulled the budget transfer journal back up and tried to post it - the post process no longer transferred to the process monitor. 



1) Create a budget transfer journal and choose to precheck it. (Commitment Control -> Budget Journals -> Enter Budget Transfer)

2) For question: Do you want to Post this transaction without posting the results? - choose YES

3) For question: Would you like to wait until the Budget pre check process is completed? -- choose NO

4) Job is sent to the Process Monitor correctly (now that above bug fix was applied.)

5) After Budget check is finished, pull the journal back up and choose to post it. (Commitment Control -> Budget Journals -> Enter Budget Transfer)

6) For the question: Are you sure that you want to Post this journal? - choose Yes.

7) For the question: Would you like to wait until the Post Process is complete? -- choose NO

8) Note that the process is not moved to the process monitor - nor is the post process run against the journal




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