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What is ChartField Combination Edit

Chartfield Combination Edit is a PeopleSoft delivered feature to set and enforce criteria for filtering out unwanted journal entry lines to ledgers based on combinations of ChartFields and their values. We can populate valid combinations in table COMBO_DATA_TBL and mandate to check all Manual Journals against these combinations. It can be done with two methods: Create […]

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ChartField Request and Approval

In PeopleSoft FSCM, ‘ChartField Request’  page gives an option to request any additions or modifications of the ChartField values and to submit them for approval. Once approved, the process saves the new ChartField value to the corresponding base tables. Chartfield Request and Approval option will provide an effective and efficient way of managing ChartField. It’ll […]

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Journal Processing in PeopleSoft General Ledger

What are Journal Entries? Any financial transactions in PeopleSoft General Ledger are recorded in the form of Journal Entries. They have the following features: Consist of header and lines Follow double entry system i.e. they have debits and credits Journals must be balanced i.e. debit equal to credit Journal header is saved in Jrnl_Header table Journal lines […]

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PeopleSoft FSCM : Authorization Error While Adding Suppliers

If any of your Finance users complain about being unable to add new suppliers in PeopleSoft FSCM and they are getting authorization error then there it means there is something missing in security setup. Error received by user is “You are not authorized to enter suppliers.  Contact your system administrator. (7025,9) Your operator profile indicates […]

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App Package FS_COMBO_EDIT has been changed in FSCM92 and any code referncing the method ComboEdit needs to be modified to address this change, otherwise you will start getting PeopleCode Errors. While working on upgrade from FSCM 9.0 to FSCM9.2, one of my customers had a dedicated page for ChartField Validation and during the time of […]

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What is Oracle VirtualBox?

Oracle has been on such a buying and renaming spree that it is difficult to identify the products, especially for those who had worked on one of the products before Oracle bought it. We’ll try to provide you with brief history of Oracle products, so that it help you sink in all the information. Also, […]

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