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EPC 9.2 : When Attempting Inactivate and Save a Sequence in the Fund Distribution Rule, the Page Times Out With an Error on the Browser Screen. Error: "An error has occurred. You may attempt to sign in again." (Doc ID 2926241.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2023

Applies to:

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


The Funds Distribution Page times Out when Inactivating a source Rule


Replication Step

  1. Navigate to Menu > Project Costing > Funds Distribution > Funds Distribution.
  2. Open Existing Funds Distribution Rule for a Project that have large number of transactions already processed for funds distribution.
  3. Click on Target. Notice that there are 2 sequences. Sequence 1 and Sequence 3. Sequence 3 has the Distribution amount populated. This means some of the funds' distribution rows are already processed against this threshold. The Target rows are defined as 54% FED analysis type and 46% CMF analysis type.
  4. The need is to change the target row percentages. A new sequence 4 has been added with Target rows defined as 53% FED analysis type and 47% CMF analysis type. Sequence 3 is inactivated and saved.
  5. A message shows up.

"When a sequence is changed to Inactive status, it may not be changed back to Active. (13100,804)
You have inactivated a sequence that contains distributed amounts. After saving your changes, you should run the Funds Distribution process for this
project When running the Funds Distribution process, select the Reprocess Distributed Transactions option to delete unprocessed distributions and update
distributed amounts for the sequence. If you inactivate the sequence with distributed amounts, additional updates Will not be allowed: however, inactive
sequences with no distributed amounts may be later reactivated. 00 Do you want to proceed with inactivating the sequence? "

6. Click yes on the message and the page time out and the message is shown on the browser screen.


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