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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.

    This behavior is the result of Known Issue 17416.

    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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