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EGL: Posted and Unposted Journals After Approvals Display Same Date/Time Stamp in the Journal Approvals Page. (Doc ID 2935247.1)

Last updated on MARCH 15, 2023

Applies to:

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


When journal is posted and unposted, after approvals, they display the same Date/Time Stamp in the Journal Approvals Page.

Expected Behavior:

For audit purpose, the dates happened in different dates as such it should be reflected in the Approvals page.

Steps to replicate:

 1. Log in as Analyst.
 2. Create a new journal and run Edit Journal process.
 3. Submit journal for approval.
 4. Log in as approver
 5. Click Approval tile.
 6. Find the journal and approve.
 7. Post Journal.
 8. Go to Mark Journals for Unposting, and submit for approval.
 9. Log in as Approver. Click Approval tile.
10. Access journal to be unposted for approval, and approve.
11. Log in as requester and go to Mark Journals for Unposting to and unpost.
12. Get routed to Post Journals Request run control page. Click Run to initiate GL_JP process.
13. Access the Journal, note that 2 journals show with same Journal ID and Journal Date, however,
  one is with Journal UnPost Sequence = 0 (Unposted); another one is with Journal UnPost Sequence = 1 (Posted)
  Note that both journals have same Approval date/time stamps.

See replication document here.

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