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    Acq:creating a fund structure with the parent fund with over 21 million

    • Article Type: General
    • Product: Voyager
    • Product Version: 2001.2

    Problem Symptoms:
    ? Ledger associated is unviewable: "Ledger retrieval error: An error has occurred while opening the ledger record with the ID number of [x]. This ledger will not be loaded."
    ? Line item price cannot be edited or deleted to back out the price: "Error occurred while deleting copy information for location" or "An error occurred while saving Line Item Cost information."
    ? Allocations and line items of more than 21 million dollars have been made to a fund's totals for original allocation, allocation increase, pending/total commitments or pending/total expenditures.

    Cause:
    This behavior is the result of Known Issue 17416.

    Resolution:
    Known Issue 17416 is fixed in Voyager 7.0.3.
    If this is happening in Voyager 7.0.2, please contact Voyager Support.

    Additional Information

    Replication steps:
    1. Create a new ledger
    2. Create a summary fund
    3. Underneath the summary fund, create two allocated funds, each with a $15 million original allocation.
    4. Close the ledger and try to reopen it -- you will get the errors.

    The same behavior will occur if the original allocation for the allocated funds is under $15 million,
    but subsequent allocation increases for the allocated funds cause the total allocation_increase
    for the summary fund to exceed $21 million (though no *individual* allocation increase is itself > $21 million).

    The same is true if you create a PO with a line item totaling, for example $20,000,000.00, linked to Ledger 1,
    fund A, then create a PO with a line item totaling $2,000,000.00, also linked to Ledger 1, fund A -- the individual
    prices are less than $21 million, but the total for the fund is now greater than $21 million and the ledger/fund
    are now locked.

    Category: Acquisitions


    • Article last edited: 10/8/2013
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