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EAR8.8SP1+: Business Units with Zero Decimal Base Currency Generate Wrong Payment Accounting Entries (Doc ID 662439.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 31, 2022

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Receivables - Version 8.8 SP1 to 9 [Release 8.8 to 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
SPECIFIC TO: Enterprise, Financials, Receivables, 8.8SP1+

This document was previously published as Customer Connection Solution 201070213


The issue happened on FMS release/bundle level 8.8 SP1 B23 database where applying a BU JPN01 (Japan) USD payment against a BU US001 USD invoice generated Cash and InterUnit lines with the BU JPN01 base currency JPY amount the same as the payment USD amount instead of the correct JPY base currency amount.

Business Impact
Due to this issue the users cannot apply and post payment groups in Business Units with 0 decimal base currency, impacting normal business processing.

The BU JPN01 (Japan) Cash and InterUnit accounting entries of the payment show both foreign (USD) and base monetary (JPY) amounts as the USD amount.

Expected Result
The payment accounting entries should show the correct base (monetary) JPY amount for BU JPN01 (Japan), not the USD (payment) amount.

What is Working
BU GBR01 (GB) which uses GBP 2-decimal base currency show correct base (monetary) GBP amount. The issue is limited to Business Units with 0-decimal base (monetary) currency e.g. Chile CLP, Japan JPY.

Steps/Sequence of Events
By following these steps the issue has been produced:
1. Enter and post a BU US001 (US) USD item
2. Enter, apply and post a BU JPN01 (Japan) USD payment against the BU US001 (US) USD item
3. Generated JPN01 payment entries Cash and InterUnit has the wrong base (monetary) amount, which is equal to the USD amount not the converted JPY amount.


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