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EEX 9.2: Fluid Expense Entry Page Incorrectly Displays Card Number Field When Adding Second Transaction Line Even When the Payment Type Field Is Empty (Doc ID 2919838.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 11, 2023

Applies to:

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


When creating a new Expense Report in Fluid User Interface, the initial Expense Line displays as expected. However, when a second Expense Line is added manually to that same Expense Report, the Card Number field is being displayed, even when the Payment Type field is still blank/empty.

Once an Expense Type value is added to that line, the Card Number is automatically being hidden.


   1.- Log into the FSCM Online Application as an Expenses User
   2.- Go to the Employee Self Service Fluid Homepage
   3.- Click on the Expenses Tile
   4.- Click on the Create Expense Report Tile
   5.- Define all the needed fields from the Expense Report Header level
   6.- Select the option of 'Add Expense Lines' from the Expense Report Action drop-down field
   7.- Confirm that the Expense Entry page is loaded as per expected, with the needed fields in blank (No Card Number field is displayed)
   8.- Click on the + icon to add a second line
   9.- On the new Expense Report Line, the field Card Number is getting displayed, even if Payment Type is still blank/empty

Employees are getting confused, as no Credit Card Account Number should be able to be selected from the Expenses Profile if no Payment Type has yet been defined for the affected Expense Report Line.

The Card Number field should always be hidden on the Expense Entry page, until the Payment Type defined is related to Credit Card Suppliers, in which case, the field should then be displayed, and allowing the User to select a valid Credit Card Account Number.




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