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EeS: PO Voucher Distribution Line Merchandise Amt Incorrect From Self Service Invoice, Due to Voucher Build Not Using PO Percent From PO (Doc ID 2947918.1)

Last updated on JULY 25, 2023

Applies to:

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


A Purchase Order is created with one line = 600.00 and two distribution lines at 50% for a total of 300.00 for each line. eSettlements creates a Self Service Invoice from this PO and is set for Voucher Build. After Voucher Build is run, the generated PO Voucher is created with the first distribution line = 570.00 (95%) and the second for 30.00 (5%).


1. Purchasing > Purchase Orders > Add/Update Express POs > Add PO2 > 1 PO Line = 600.00, 2 Distribution Lines = 300.00 each
2. eSettlements > Enter Self Service Invoice > Add SSI1 > Click ‘Copy from a Purchase Order > Enter PO Unit, PO Number > check Select box > click Copy To Invoice

3. Back to Invoice Entry page > PO Line 1 copied to Self Service Invoice > click Save and Submit

4. OK to Message: Selecting OK will Submit the invoice to the Buyer. Cancel will cancel submission to the Buyer. (18052,744)

5. OK to Save Confirmation
6. Build Status = Build Voucher > Accounts Payable > Batch Processes > Vouchers > Voucher Build > Process Option = Process Supplier, Voucher Build Interfaces = Self Service Invoice > Status = Success
7. Accounts Payable > Vouchers > Add/Update > Regular Entry > Open Invoice No = SSI1
   a. Summary page > Entry Status = Postable
   b. Invoice Information page > Voucher Total = 600.00, 1 Voucher Line, 2 Distribution Lines
   c. Distribution Line 1 Merchandise Amt = 570.00 (95%)
   d. Distribution Line 2 Merchandise Amt = 30.00 (5%)
   e. Both Distribution Line Merchandise Amts are incorrect, they should be 300.00 for each line




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