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In FLUID Application for Graduation, When Applying on Multiple Program Rows, Expected Graduation Term Can't Be Set to Different Values if the Academic Program Values are the Same Between Rows (Doc ID 2964243.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2024

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Student Records - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In the FLUID Application for Graduation, if a student selects to apply on two (or more) program rows, and chooses a different value in the Expected Graduation Term (EGT) drop-down field for each row, the EGT value specified for the last row applied is the value that ends up saved on all rows.

This issue is found to occur specifically only when the academic program values are the same on both (or all) career number rows for the career on the program stack. If the program value is different on each row in the stack, then the apply for graduation functionality works as expected and saves the EGT value specified by the student on each row.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. Identify student on the program stack with two career number rows under both the same career AND the same program, where both programs are valid to apply for graduation (e.g. no non-degree rows).
  2. On Records and Enrollment > Career and Program Information > Student Program/Plan > Student Degrees, set the degree checkout status field to 'eligible for graduation' on both rows.
  3. Signed into the application as the student, go to Academic Program tile and click apply for graduation in the left navigation.
  4. In step 1, apply for both programs and choose 2 different EGT values for the 2 programs, then complete the rest of the steps.
  5. Once submitted, go back to edit both programs and note both show the EGT entered on the 2nd row.


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