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The Health Benefits pagelet displays overall enrollment statistics for specified health plans. As delivered, this pagelet is not available for users to add to their home page, however, Doc ID 1954765.1 (PeopleSoft HCM 9.2: Viewing Enrollment Statistics Using the Health Benefits Pagelet) provides instructions for making the pagelet available.

 

You can use the Include in Health Pagelet check box on the Benefit Plan Table Page to choose which health plans to include on the Health Benefits pagelet. Note that plan selection is a system-wide setting, so individual users cannot personalize the pagelet with a different group of plans.

 

Use the Health Benefits pagelet to view summary statistics about the number of employees enrolled in your health plans. The pagelet displays a pie chart that illustrates the enrollment volume for each included health plan. To view the source data in a grid format (including the exact enrollment count for each plan), click the Health Enrollment Details link.

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See Doc ID 1954765.1 for full details.

New features and enhancements are delivered periodically in PeopleSoft Update Images for release 9.2. These features may have supplemental documentation for security considerations, set up instructions, and feature implementation and information. All documentation needed for a feature or enhancement is included in Document 1917096.2: PeopleSoft HCM 9.2: Update Image Documentation.


This document contains tabs for the HCM product areas, such as Human Resources, Payroll for North America, Global Payroll & Absence Management, Time and Labor, Recruiting and Common Definitions (which span across all of PeopleSoft HCM including Enterprise Components).  Select the appropriate tab and you will see new features and enhancements included in our latest PUM Images.

 

For more information regarding the PeopleSoft Update Images and PeopleSoft Update Manager, see the PUM Home Page, Document 1641843.2.

Understanding I-9 Information Management

 

The Immigration and Nationality Act requires United States employers to complete and store Form I-9. Employers may process paper Form I-9s and store them electronically or complete and retain the Form I-9 solely in electronic format.

 

PeopleSoft Human Resources enables you to collect, store, and manage all I-9 information in compliance with the Immigration and Nationality Act. This includes employee self service functions to complete and submit the employee I-9 information, and functionality for the employer to complete the required employer sections of the Form I-9. The application provides components to report and process I-9 information, including notification of expiration dates, storing, printing, and archiving.

 

PeopleSoft has included additional enhancements and edits to the PeopleSoft online Form I-9 in addition to minor updates to the Form I-9 verbiage, sequence of data elements, and instructions per the Department of Homeland Security Form I-9 instructions.

 

Document 1935043.1 includes a Red Paper which outlines the pages and fields that support the current Form I-9. These changes are available for releases 9.0, 9.1 and 9.2.

 

The Red Paper provides an overview of managing Form I-9 information and discusses how to:

  • Complete and submit Section 1 of the Form I-9 (completed by the employee, preparer, or translator).
  • Complete sections 2 and 3 of the Form I-9 (completed by the employer).
  • Print Form I-9.
  • Run the I-9 Receipt/Expiration report.
  • Archive I-9 data.

The new Guided Self Service functionality for Manager Self Service was introduced in PeopleSoft Image #9 for HCM 9.2. This feature provides customers the ability to configure the delivered transactions and compound (e.g. promotion with pay and location change), which simplifies and minimizes the number of transactions/approvals, present improved usability to support the infrequent user (manager), and display contextual information to help ‘guide’ users through the process.

 

Document 1944367.1 provides a Red Paper which discusses PeopleSoft HCM Guided Self Service (GSS) feature administration and configuration options, and provides an in-depth review of the design architecture involved.

 

The menu navigation path for setting up Guided Self Service is Setup HCM > Common Definitions > Guided Self Service > Transaction Configuration.

 

See Document 1944367.1 for more details.

 

Also review the latest VFO regarding HCM Guided Self Service.

The new Fluid User Interface is now available for many of the HR applications. It was delivered in HCM PeopleSoft Image #9.

 

The PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface encompasses a completely responsive, device independent design for Desktops, Tablets, and Smart Phones. It offers the most advanced user experience in the market utilizing the latest rendering technologies. The PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface enables you to use a single interface across different devices. The page layout dynamically changes, based on the size of your screen, as you access your system from your desktop, tablet, or smartphone.

 

Setting up Fluid UI

 

Customers who have applied PUM Image #9 and beginning to setup and use Fluid UI. For detailed instructions on the setup steps required for Fluid UI in HCM, please see the document below:

 

Step by Step Document of Mobile (Fluid UI) Approvals Setup (Document 1964057.1)

 

Issues or Errors with Fluid UI

 

Also, see below for new documents related to Fluid UI and issues or error experienced when setting this feature up:

 

  • How to Determine 'Fluid UI' Related Updates in the PUM Image 9? (Document 1946993.1)
  • ETL9.2: Does Time and Labor 9.2 Release Enable Time Entry Approval via Mobile (Fluid UI) & What are the Pre-requisites ? (Document 1632884.1)
  • Error Opening Approvals in Fluid User Interface: "PSFT Authentication Token Failed for Node xxxxx. (158,454)" (Document 1944523.1)
  • Manager Self Service Home Page APPROVALS Tile Error in HRMS 9.2: "Authorization Error. Unable to Get Operation Definition for HMAP_APPROVAL.Utility.URLGenerator.OnExcute" (Document 1955311.1)

  

 

Other PeopleSoft Fluid UI Documentation and Videos

 

 

YouTube Videos

 

PeopleSoft Fluid UI Oracle University Course

  • PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface Rel 8.54 is a two-day course introducing students to the new development paradigm, Fluid User Interface. The course provides conceptual information and covers the tasks and techniques used to develop fluid applications. Class registration will be open in the next few weeks through Oracle University.

Want to know more about Fluid UI in HCM?  Review the Advisor Webcast recordings listed below:

 

ADVISOR WEBCAST: PeopleSoft HCM Fluid UI and Approvals - Jan. 14, 2015 (Document 1952956.1)

 

This one-hour advisor webcast was recommended for all HCM Users (HR, Benefits, Payroll, TAM, Absence) who wanted to learn, implement and troubleshoot PeopleSoft Mobile Application by using Fluid UI in PeopleSoft Release 9.2.

 

Topics Included:

  •     What is Fluid UI, Prerequisites
  •     Fluid Setup,Setup Devices
  •     HCM Fluid (HR,Benefits,Payroll,TAM,Absence)
  •     Mobile Approvals setup
  •     FAQ & Troubleshooting
  •     Fluid Demo

 

 

ADVISOR WEBCAST: PeopleSoft HCM Time & Labor Mobile Application (Fluid Interface), In-Memory Rules & Troubleshooting (Document 1942954.1)

 

This one-hour advisor webcast is recommended for Time & Labor customers who are using 9.2 or planning to upgrade to 9.2 to learn new TL Mobile Integration (Fluid Interface), Labor Rules & Monitoring and troubleshooting tips on latest issues.

 

Topics Included:

  •     Time & Labor Mobile application (Fluid Interface)
  •     TL In-memory Rules (LRM)
  •     Troubleshooting tips on the latest issues on 9.2

 

 

For the current Advisor Webcast schedule and archived recordings, please see Document 740966.1.

The 2015 HCM Maintenance Schedule is now available in Document 1937662.1. The Schedule lists target dates for HR 9.1 Bundles, Payroll Tax Updates and GP Updates.

 

The 2015 ELM Maintenance Schedule is available in Document 1937686.1. The Schedule list target dates for ELM 9.1 Bundles.

 

2015 Maintenance Schedule for release 9.2 HCM and ELM Images are within the "PeopleSoft Update Manager (PUM) Home Page Information Center" (Document 1641843.1) under the “PeopleSoft Update Image Home Pages” tab, then select "HCM Update Image Home Page" or "ELM Update Image Home Page" from the drop down menu.

 

Use the 2015 Maintenance Scheduled to help you keep your environment current with patches.

FSCM 9.2 Image 10 (Patch 19819665) was release to customers on December 19, 2014 and it includes several new features/enhancements to some FSCM products we believe you will be interested to see and use. Below is just a small sample of some of the new features we included in FSCM Image 10. You can get a complete list of all the new features in Document 1923479.2 (PeopleSoft FSCM 9.2: Update Image Documentation). The PeopleSoft FSCM 9.2: Update Image Documentation also contains special instructions needed to setup some of the new features and other related documentation.

 

  • Enhancement to scan barcode of employee badge and then lookup and save employee name to the delivery history table in Mobile Inventory
  • Modified code so that the Demand/Supply WorkCenter Alerts take advantage of the new Enterprise Components features
  • New Mobile Requisition functionality for the Smartphone
  • A configurable Procurement Operations “on-the-go” feature which gives real-time exception based information on a Smartphone, Tablet or Desktop/Laptop
  • Enhanced the existing PO Receipt Accrual program to optionally process Inventory items
  • Enhancement to support Ship Via and Freight Terms on eProcurement Requisition
  • New Receiving Workbench component, which provides users with the capability to manage receipts, accrue receipts, close receipts, and reopen receipts
  • Provided comprehensive Supplier Portal-Supplier Home Page to give suppliers one main page where they can transact all business with an organization across the Procure-to-Pay process
  • Extending Billing Invoice Extract to include additional Fields
  • Expanded the life line graphical interface for voucher and payment document status
  • Expanded WorkCenter to include additional MyWork links
  • New transactions added to Mass Transaction Manager for Interunit Transfers (IUT) and retirement (RET) of non-capital assets
  • Enhancements to the employee privilege template to control which GL ChartFields are visible/editable to the user
  • Usability enhancements to Real Estate Management leasing component to help customers prepare for the upcoming Lease Accounting Changes being introduced by the IASB and FASB

The intention of a Master Note for a Campus Solutions Bundle is to provide you with information regarding problems or issues with the application of the bundle, including any functional issues that have been reported and believed to be the result of applying this bundle.  With the release of Campus Solutions Bundle #36, we have posted Campus Solutions CS 9 Bundle #36 - Master Note for Questions or Problems with Patchset 19906038 (Doc ID 1963155.1)  to My Oracle Support.

 

In this Master Note, you will find sections for:

 

  • General Information on documentation, policy and the contents of the bundle
  • Problems applying the bundle, which will be continuously updated for any issues reported to Support
  • Functional problems attributed to this bundle in any of the Campus Solutions products

 

Before you apply this bundle, please review this master note and bookmark it so that you can quickly revisit it during your planning and implementation phases.  If you are planning to apply any other bundles to your Campus Solutions product, please be sure to review the corresponding master notes, which can be found listed in this document as well.

 

BONUS TIP: Mark this master note and other important notes as a Favorite within My Oracle Support clicking on the hollow yellow star next to the title of the note.  By doing this, you can access it as a Favorite using the drop down list found next to the search field in the upper right of your My Oracle Support page.  Not only will this allow My Oracle Support to maintain the link should we ever have to change it, but you will also be providing us with useful statistics to tell us which notes are most important to you, our customers.

PeopleSoft Time and Labor 9.2 is experiencing a problem after applying PUM Image #10.  The below error is triggered when denying time from Manager Self Service > Time Management > Report Time > Timesheet:

 

"Line-level Thread of Process 'TLReportedTime' cannot have Child Threads (18081,1073) EOAW_CORE.ENGINE.Thread.OnExecute"

 

This problem is caused by code delivered in PUM Image #1 for an Enterprise Components bug (19818113 - AWE COMMENT REDESIGN: THE ORIGINATORID VALUE IS NOT ID).

 

If you are experiencing this error in T&L, you can now apply PRP Patch 20126372.  This code will also be included as part of HCM 9.2 PUM Image #11.

 

Please see Document 1951449.1 for more details on this issue.

contributed by John ("Tim") Bower

 

If you've ever encountered version number inconsistencies in your PeopleSoft database, you know how badly it hurts performance when application servers are unable to properly cache managed PeopleTools objects.  In most PeopleTools releases prior to 8.53, the remedy for version number problems was to take the entire PeopleSoft system offline, and run the same VERSION application engine program that is used for upgrades.  But until now, running VERSION was difficult and carried some risks:

 

 

*     To successfully run VERSION AE the old way, all users had to be disconnected from the database. This included any users that might be accessing the database in 2- or 3-tier mode with Application Designer.  This meant that a complete system outage was required.  If VERSION was run with users connected, you would run the risk of making a minor version number problem worse than it was to begin with; and not remedying the original cache performance problem you were trying to resolve.

  

*    When VERSION was run in this way, all version numbers in the system were reset to "1".  This would mean that application servers would have to rebuild all memory and file cache from scratch.  If shared file cache was being used, this required manually rebuilding the cache files.  Otherwise, there would be, in effect, no caching on the application servers at all; again, resulting in terrible PeopleSoft performance.

 

 

For PeopleTools 8.53, a new and improved VERSION Application Engine was developed.  With the new program, you should only rarely, if ever, need to run VERSION the old way.  And best of all, the new VERSION AE is backwards compatible with all PeopleTools installations from PT 8.44. The program can now be run in one of 3 modes:

 

1)    Report Only - This allows you to determine if you really do have a problem with version number inconsistency that needs to be corrected. No more guessing or looking at traces!

 

2)    Enhanced Mode - This allows you to correct most version number inconsistencies while the system is running and users are logged on.  In other words, you don’t need to disconnect users and shut down application servers to run in this mode.  Version inconsistencies are repaired without just blindly resetting all version numbers in the system to "1". Instead the program selectively increments version numbers for the specific managed object types that can be detected to be in error. If you use dedicated file cache, the system will only need to re-cache objects whose version numbers have changed, and do so only when those objects are accessed.  If you preload cache, then at worst, you will see the effects of repairing version numbers when PSAPPSRV processes recycle.  But if you are using shared cache, of course you will still need to rebuild cache files manually,

 

3)    Classic Mode - This is the same way that VERSION has run in the past.  All access to the system will need to be disabled, and every version number will be changed to "1", forcing a complete rebuild of all application server file cache.

 

 

All of the details and the download of the new Version Application Engine can be found here:

 

Oracle Support Document 611565.1 (E-AS: Instructions Regarding the Use of the VERSION Application Engine Program)

PeopleSoft Mass Transaction Manager

Asset Management Perspective!


User-Focused, Easy Interface 

 

Regular business cycles sometime require you to make the same change to a large group of assets. The ability to adjust and transfer many assets at once is essential to efficient asset management. To help you with this aspect of asset management, PeopleSoft introduces the Mass Transaction Manager tool, which can used to carry out the necessary changes to your assets.
The new FMS 9.2 Mass Transaction Manager offers significant improvements over the PeopleTools Mass Change tool (in prior releases). With Mass Transaction Manager, Asset Management acquires a user-focused, instead of IT-focused, interface for running mass updates. Enhanced prompts with subordinate keys appear in an easy-to-understand user interface.

User-Centered, Not IT 

Being able to adjust and transfer many assets at once without IT intervention is essential to efficient asset management. To reduce the demands on IT and to simplify the process of making mass updates to assets while improving the controls and governance over the execution of changes, PeopleSoft 9.2 now converts from the use of Mass Change to a new framework called Mass Transaction Manager. All of the former Mass Change transactions are available in Mass Transaction Manager so that an organization can switch to Mass Transaction Manager and no longer rely on Mass Change. Additionally, if an organization chooses to create its own mass update transactions, the Mass Transaction Manager offers a much-improved interface for developers and users.

User Setup & Execution

Suppose a business restructuring requires you to transfer all assets from the marketing department to the corporate communications department. Transferring these assets manually can be onerous and likely to introduce errors. Mass Transaction Manager, on the other hand, enables you to select a particular set of assets from the database, define the desired changes on those assets, and make those changes by running the Mass Transaction application engine.

You can use Mass Transaction Manager to define mass transactions and simplify mass transaction definition by storing information that enables you to select certain data from the database and modify it in specific ways. With Mass Transaction Manager, all the SQL necessary to retrieve rows for processing is defined within each transaction. Users can then define additional selection criteria using the run control page, which, when run, will create a dynamic where clause based on the additional criteria. Asset Management is delivered with a full complement of transactions that serve the needs of most business applications.

Future Direction

Although Asset Management is the first PeopleSoft application to make use of the Mass Transaction Manager tool, its rich framework can be used by other applications in the future to improve the governance of their mass update processes.

Benefits of Mass Transaction Manager
  • A user-centered design that is intuitive and easy to use, yet powerful.
  • An uncomplicated, streamlined process that makes it easy to capture user input and retrieve requisite rows for processing mass transactions.
  • Simplified process means you enter data once.
  • Row-level security
  • Enhanced prompts with subordinate keys.
  • Ability to share common code, such as a rounding routine.
  • Ability to execute processing logic
  • Confidence that the most current version of the updates is being run.

To learn more about Mass Transaction Manager, please review the Mass Transaction Manager section of the PeopleSoft Asset Management online documentation.
AM Mass Trans Manager.png

 

What is the decoupled method of installing PeopleSoft?

The decoupled method, supported as of PeopleTools 8.52 with applications at release 9.1 fp2 and above, is a scenario where the PeopleTools codeline is installed to a directory separate from the application codeline.

 

The directories used are referred to as "Ps_Home" and  "Ps_App_Home".

 

In addition, any customizations to file system objects  such as sqrs, crystal reports, or Cobol programs, could be installed to a separate directory.  This is referred to as "Ps_Cust_Home". 

 

So, you would have locations "Ps_Home", "Ps_App_Home", and "Ps_Cust_Home" with different directory values.

Translation data, if the install is multilanguage, is installed to the Ps_App_Home.

 

This method of installation is optional.  If you choose to install all codeline into one directory, referred to as Ps_Home, this is your choice.  This is called the Classic method of installation.   The parameters "Ps_Home", "Ps_App_Home", and "Ps_Cust_Home" would  then be set to the same value.

 

The configuration files for for the application server, batch server and search server domains would still be installed to Ps_Cfg_Home.   This is done for security reasons.  Placing the  configuration files in their own Ps_Cfg_Home does not make for a decoupled installation.

 

Why would this be done?

Benefits to the decoupled installation method would include modularity and flexibility.

 

Is the decoupled method a required method of installing?

No, it is optional.  An acceptable install method is still the Classic method, where all codelines are installed to one directory,  referred to as  Ps_Home.    In the Classic method, the directories for Ps_Home, Ps_App_Home, and Ps_Cust_Home are set to the same value.

 

What are commonly asked questions about the decoupled method of installation?

1) Guidelines for compiling Cobol in a decoupled installation.

For information on this topic, see PeopleTools 8.53+ Install Guides, section Understanding COBOL Compilation with PeopleSoft Installation Locations.

 

2) Confirming releases supported with this installation method.

See above, plus, support for this method of installation can be found in the Application install guides.

 

3) Implementation of a decoupled installation during a Tools Only Upgrade or  during an Application and Tools Upgrade.

See the White Paper  PeopleTools Mid-Tier Deployment Best Practices (Doc ID 1448479.1), which was updated for the PT8.54 release in July 2014.

 

4) Setting up the EMF Hub in a decoupled installation

See document E-CA StartAgent Recrawl: Unable to find psae executable at null/bin/server/winx86 (Doc ID 1223793.1).

 

When preparing for a PT8.54 PeopleTools Only Upgrade, is the decoupled installation required?

As part of a PeopleTools-only upgrade, you will need to install a the 8.54 PeopleTools codeline to a separate Ps_Home for use in the upgrade.     This is the installed Source codeline for the Tools Only Upgrade.

 

At the conclusion of the PT8.54 PeopleTools Only Upgrade, the PT8.54 codeline can be installed over the Target Ps_Home for use as the new Ps_Home.  Or, if you were already decoupled prior to starting the upgrade, then simply switch over to the newly installed PT8.54 PS_HOME after completing the upgrade.

 

If you choose to implement a decoupled configuration after completing the upgrade, be sure your application supports it.    This information can be found in the Application Installation Guide for your application / release.     Otherwise you must continue to use the classic deployment until you are ready to upgrade your Application to a release that supports decoupled homes.  If you wish to continue using the classic deployment, simply  install the new PeopleTools release into your existing coupled PS_HOME after completing the upgrade.

 

Are there problems with using PUM, in a decoupled installation?

No.   You will see the entry areas for directories Ps_Home, Ps_App_Home, and Ps_Cust_Home in the Change Assistant when defining databases.

 

To learn more

See the PeopleTools 8.52, 8.53, 8.54 installation guide for your database platform, section Defining Installation Locations,  for more information on installing to directories:

           Ps_Home, Ps_App_Home, Ps_Cfg_Home, Ps_Cust_Home, and Pia_Home.

PeopleSoft PeopleTools 8.54 Installation Home Page [1905010.1]

 

PeopleBooks > PeopleTools 8.54 > System and Server Administration > Working with Ps_App_Home.

 

E-INST Installation methods: Classic PsHome, PS_APP_HOME, and PS_CUST_HOME (Doc ID 1557074.1)

 

E-CA How does Change Assistant Identify PS_APP_HOME for Deploying Files? (Doc ID 1506618.1).

 

White Paper  PeopleTools Mid-Tier Deployment Best Practices (Doc ID 1448479.1  (updated July 2014)

The 2015 CRM Maintenance Schedule is now available in Document 1937708.1. The 2014 SCM Maintenance Schedule only currently list target dates for release 9.1 SCM Bundles.

 

2015 Maintenance Schedule for release 9.2 CRM Images are within the "PeopleSoft Update Manager (PUM) Home Page Information Center" (Document 1641843.1) under the “PeopleSoft Update Image Home Pages” tab, then select "CRM Update Image Home Page" from the drop down menu.

 

Use the 2015 Maintenance Scheduled to help you with maintaining your environments current with patches.

Below is a list of some of our most popular Knowledge documents. These Documents can help you troubleshoot and resolve issues, and also provide you guidance on how some features work in the SCM applications. There are many more other Documents we have in our Knowledge database within the My Oracle Support website that you will also find helpful to use when working with your PeopleSoft applications. You can get to the Knowledge database either from the “Knowledge” tab or using the global search (from top right side of page) then select “Knowledge Base” from the search sources. An additional search source you might want to check is “Archive.” Archive also contains Documents within the Knowledge database but these are Documents in an “archived” status because they are older or may not be referred to as often.

 

Another good source to get functional product information is from our PeopleBooks. You will find answer to a lot of your functional questions in PeopleBooks. 

 

We like to hear your feedback on the effectiveness of our Knowledge Documents to ensure we are providing you the information you need. To provide feedback open the Document, and then select the “Rate this Document” button located within the Document Details section on the right-side of the page. 

 

Inventory and Cost Management

  • Error "No Prompt Values Currently Available for This field (4,4)” when Trying to Search for a value for the “Return from Customer” Field on the “RMA Form” Page (Doc ID 1317707.1)
  • How to Batch Load Material Stock Requests (MSR) Generated by a Third-Party System (Doc ID 1492180.1)
  • Why does the Delivery Signature link not Display or does not Expand on Handheld Devices when using the PeopleSoft Mobile Inventory Management Product (Doc ID 1630475.1)
  • How to Have Different Accounting Setup and Rules for the Transaction Group #030 (Usages & Shipments) when a Sales Order is Created for Different Groups within an Organization (Doc ID 653228.1)
  • Enhancement Request to add Validation Support of Distribution Types to Source Cost Accounting Transactions (Doc ID 1621566.1)
  • Should you use Spaces or Quotes in Key Data Values in the Peoplesoft Inventory, Manufacturing, and Cost Management Applications? (Doc ID 1607316.1)
  • Troubleshooting why Items are not Being Putaway while they are Eligible for the Expected Putaway Processing (Doc ID 1941323.1)
  • Error "No Matching Buffer Found for Level. (15,26)" when Opening the “Correct Staged Errors” Page for a Lot-Controlled Item and the Received Lot ID has a Space in its ID (Doc ID 1452271.1)
  • How to run Budget Check against Cost Management Accounting Lines (Doc ID 1341678.1)
  • How to Process Pending Transactions when Completions Pending Putaway <> '0' in the Pending Transactions Page (Doc ID 761930.1)

 

Order and Promotions Management

  • CUSTOMER_FULLSYNC vs. CUSTOMER_SYNC (Doc ID 804833.1)
  • Can the Default Ordering UOM for a Product be Different than the Stocking and Shipping UOM (Doc ID 1062959.1)
  • Enhancement Request to Prevent the Total Returned Quantity for RMA Lines Referencing the same Shipment to be Greater than the Shipped Quantity (Doc ID 1428235.1)
  • Description and Demo of the Sales Order Integration between CRM and SCM (Doc ID 1376139.1)
  • How to Delete a Field or Change its Type/Length on an Enterprise Component Form - Peoplesoft Forms (Doc ID 1455890.1)
  • 'Find an Existing Value' Tab is Inactive after Clicking on the 'New Window' Hyperlink of the 'Create/Update Order' Component (Doc ID 1300301.1)
  • How to Resolve the Error "Unable to open INPUT: FFS_EXPORT.dat" which is Issued at Step UPD866732_MSG_I_DMS when Installing Patch 13511629 (Doc ID 1388735.1)
  • Why the 'Populate Usage Desktop' Process (IN_USG_DSKTP) not adding Purchase Order Quantities to the 'On Order Quantity' after adding a new Ordering and Shipping UOM to the Item (Doc ID 833914.1)
  • The Messages and Notes Message Board does not Refresh Properly when adding new Notes to a Sales Order (Doc ID 1313252.1)
  • How to Calculate a Sales Order Price Based on the Schedule Ship Date (Doc ID 1053930.1)

 

Planning

  • Cancel a Production Order (PID) when a Purchase Order Has been Generated for a Sub-Contracted Operation (Doc ID 608999.1)
  • "Error generating report output: (235,2309) PSXP_RPTDEFNMANAGER.ReportDefn.OnExecute Name:ProcessReport" when Running the 'Material Readiness' Report (SF_MATRDY) and Special Characters are used (Doc ID 1583727.1)
  • How to Resolve the Upgrade Errors "Process 2 ABENDED at Step UPG_SPL.SPLK01.SPL0102 (Call Section) (108,524)" and "Error retrieving Application Engine UPG_SPL. component: Section, reason: Not Found (108,502)" (Doc ID 1460849.1)
  • Troubleshooting why Production Orders (PID's) are not Closed by the 'Production Close' SQR Report (SFS1100) (Doc ID 1299966.1)
  • Why is the Warning "Item Lot Numbers or Lot Expiration Dates have not been Assigned. Line (1). (100300,57)" Issued when Receiving a Subcontracted Operation of a Lot Controlled End Item and Using the 'Subcontract Streamline' Functionality (Doc ID 1542973.1)

 

Procurement

  • Updating Ship To Location Sale/Use Tax Results in the Following Error “ At least one Exonerated or Exempt Sales/Use Tax Information is Required for Exempt. (10000,159) (Doc ID 1606998.1)
  • POPO005.SQR Truncated PO_LINE.ITM_ID_VNDR from 50 Characters to 20 Characters (Doc ID 1604398.1)
  • Permission Access Error when trying to Run REQ_PRINT from ePro Manage Requisitions Page (Doc ID 1563726.1)
  • Error when Cancelling an Approved PO. PO_POCANCEL.PUMATCH.STEP01 (Doc ID 1671341.1)
  • Cannot Cancel a Requisition. Message Received "At Least one Line has been Sourced" (Doc ID 797012.1)
  • How to Build a Purchase Order with a Future Date (Includes Accounting Date and Budget Date) when Sourced from a Requisition (Doc ID 832853.1)
  • How a New Purchase Order Distribution Line is Created Even if Budget Date is not within the Range Of Rollover Budget Date (Doc ID 1319095.1)
  • How to Process - Return to Vendor, Cost Management and Landed Cost Extraction Processing for Purchase Price Variance (PPV) (Doc ID 657050.1)
  • How to Mass Cancel and Close Purchase Orders (Doc ID 1534176.1)
  • Budget Checking (FS_BP) not Processing Requisitions or Purchase Orders and Leaving Budget Status as Not Checked (Doc ID 1569739.1)

The 2015 SCM Maintenance Schedule is now available in Document 1948816.1. The 2014 SCM Maintenance Schedule only currently list target dates for release 9.1 SCM Bundles.


2015 Maintenance Schedule for release 9.2 FSCM Images are within the PeopleSoft Update Manager (PUM) Home Page Information Center (Document 1641843.1) under the “PeopleSoft Update Image Home Pages” tab, then select ‘FSCM Update Image Home Page’ from the drop down menu.


Use the 2015 Maintenance Scheduled to help you with maintaining your environments current with patches.

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