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EAP: AP_SDN_VAL Erroneously Flags Suppliers as Review if Both Supplier Name and Additional Name are Populated With the Same Name (Doc ID 2862208.1)

Last updated on MAY 16, 2022

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Financial Sanctions Validation (AP_SDN_VAL) erroneously flags a Supplier with Financial Sanctions Status = Review if both the Supplier Name and Additional Name fields are populated with the same name.  For example, ISAAC XXXXXX / Xxxxxx, Isaac.  However, if only the Supplier Name field is populated, Financial Sanctions Status = Valid, which is the correct status.

1. Navigate to Set Up Financials/Supply Chain > Install > Installation Options > click Overall link
2. On the Overall page, click the Financial Sanctions Options link
3. On the Financial Sanctions Options page, under Validation Options, Procure to Pay = Enabled at Installation
4. Navigate to Banking Financial Sanctions > Import Financial Sanctions List
5. Load the SDN file with Layout = OFAC
6. Navigate to Set Up Financials/Supply Chain > Product Related > Procurement Options > Suppliers > Set Controls-Supplier page
7. Under Financial Sanctions Options, do not check SDN Validation at save
8. Create a new Supplier (Suppliers > Supplier Information > Add/Update > Add/Update Supplier)
9. Supplier Name = ISAAC XXXXXX and Additional Name field is blank
10. Save the Supplier
11. On the Supplier > Identifying Information page, click the Check Financial Sanctions button
12. No error is received
13. Financial Sanctions Status = Valid
14. In the Additional Name field, add Xxxxxx, Isaac
15. Save the Supplier
16. Navigate to Suppliers > Supplier Information > Maintain > Financial Sanctions Validation
17. Run Financial Sanctions Validation From and To the above Supplier ID
18. AP_SDN_VAL runs to Success
19. Re-display the Supplier
20. On the Supplier > Identifying Information page, Financial Sanctions Status = Review


Issue started to occur after applying Image 41.  It’s possible that <Bug 30624199> - FINANCIAL SANCTIONS - IMPROVE QUALITY OF NAME AND ADDRESS MATCHING, which was initially fixed in Image 36, caused this problem.


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