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Budget Checking Updated Purchase Order that is Vouchered Results in Wrong Liquidation Monetary Amount (KK_LIQUIDATE.MONETARY_AMOUNT) (Doc ID 2982609.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 31, 2023

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Budget Checking Updated Purchase Order that is Vouchered Results in Wrong Liquidation Monetary Amount (KK_LIQUIDATE.MONETARY_AMOUNT).

Steps to Reproduce Issue:

1. Create and process a PO until Dispatch w/ Budget Check with 1 line and 1 distribution line having $100

- Make sure the Line Attributes is Amount Only

- Make sure the Schedules Shipment is Custom Price

- Make sure in Schedules Matching there is ample tolerance to allow higher amount entered on Vouchers

- Make sure the Distribution Distribute By is Amount

Navigations:
Purchasing > Purchase Orders > Add/Update POs
Purchasing > Purchase Orders > Budget Check > PO Budget Check Request

2. Check KK_LIQUIDATION for the PO, MONETARY_AMOUNT = 100

3. Create and process a Voucher against the PO until JGEN w/ Budget Check but with increased amount from $100 to $120 (within tolerance)

Navigation:
Accounts Payable, Vouchers, Add/Update, Regular Entry, Invoice Information

4. Check KK_LIQUIDATION for the PO, MONETARY_AMOUNT = 0

5. Go back to the PO and increase the amount from $100 to $140 then process until Budget Check again.

6. Check KK_LIQUIDATION for the PO, MONETARY_AMOUNT = 40, it is expected to be 20 since that is the difference between the PO amount (140) and the Voucher amount (120)

KK_LIQUIDATION amounts can be viewed here:
Commitment Control > Review Budget Check Exceptions > Purchasing and Cost Management > Purchase Order > Purchase Order

Cause

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