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EAM: Cap Plan and Sequence Details Are Missing From Assets Created From PO (Purchase Orders) Without Receipts. (Doc ID 2869808.1)

Last updated on MAY 23, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

A PO(Purchase Order) is created with asset information, Cap plan and sequence number details.
When the PO(Purchase order) is processed to Asset Management, without a receipt. Cap Plan and Sequence number details are missing from the asset created.

Steps to Replicate:

1) Create a PO with all the required asset information. Ensure that Cap plan and sequence details were also provided on PO.
     Purchasing > Purchase Orders > Add/Update Express POs

2) Do NOT receive POs

3) Create Voucher from PO.
    Accounts Payable > Vouchers > Add/Update.
  
4) Run Matching - override match exception due to missing Receipt
    Accounts Payable > Batch Processes > Vouchers > Matching.
  
5) Run Voucher Post
    Accounts Payable > Batch Processes > Vouchers > Voucher Posting.
  
6) Load Assets (INTFAPAM process)
    Accounts Payable > Batch Processes > Extracts and Loads > Load Assets Request.
 
7) Retrieve Info from AP/PO (AMPS1000 process)
     Asset Management > Send/Receive Information > Retrieve AP/PO Information.
  
8) Load into AM (AMIF1000 process)
    Asset Management > Send/Receive Information > Interface Transactions > Load into AM.

9) Review the asset created by AMIF1000 process. On Basic Add-Asset General Information page, it is observed that Cap plan and sequence number field are blank.
     Expecting the system to populate these field as per the information provided on PO.  

Cause

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