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Troubleshooting Receipt Accrual (PO_RECVACCR) Issues. (Doc ID 784178.1)

Last updated on MARCH 09, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 8.8 SP1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 15-Apr-2013***

Purpose

Troubleshooting following Receipt Accrual Issues.

Issue 1   Trying to Process Receipt Accruals for the First Time and Nothing Accrues.

Issue 2   Cannot Save the Receipt Accrual, Req Recon, PO Recon Run Control Pages And Receive error that the Accounting Date is not Open.

                   Error: The Accounting Date 2009-08-17 is not open. The Open period for FP155 is from 2000-12-01 to 2000-12-31 (10200,373)

Issue 3  When running the Receipt Accrual process (PO_RECVACCR) process it is going to No Success.

                    Process Monitor error:  SQL object FS_CFI_FLST_XXXXX_POCA not defined

                    Note:  'XXXXX' = SetId.

Issue 4  How to recover when the receipt accrual process (PO_RECVACCR) abends or is canceled before completion?

Issue 5   How To Correct Receipt Accrual Sales tax entries

                  Purchase Orders (PO) were created with Sales Tax at 7%.  The PO was received and the Receipt Accrual process created the entries on RECV_LN_ACCTG.  It has now been discovered that the Sales Tax on the RECV_LN_ACCTG is incorrect. How can the tax that is calculated on RECV_LN_ACCTG be corrected?

Issue 6   No accrual entries (RAC) are created in RECV_LN_ACCTG, only the DST entries are created.

Issue 7   The entire amount of the receiver line is accrued after a partial voucher is entered.

Issue 8  Accrual (RAC) entries are created but no DST are created.

Troubleshooting Steps

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