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Upgrade to GP 2018 - A fully applied document is still in open status in Payables Management

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Mike Tassone asked a question on 12 Jul 2018 11:21 AM

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I am having this problem repeatedly in a test upgrade of GP. It is happening when Manual Payments are applied to Open Invoices. The payment amount is the same as the invoice amount in all cases. Both docs show 0 unapplied. Running checklinks fixes it for existing open documents, but it happens again the next time I do an application.

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Mike Tassone responded on 12 Jul 2018 12:35 PM
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I found the problem.

.  They added a new column to the table that is causing the error:

        PM00204 – New Column: TEN99FATCAFILEREQ

We had to recreate the PM00204 table using PSTL.  The PSTL Toolkit has an option to recreate a table and the data in it.  It did resolve the issue we were having.

Next, launch Professional Services Tools Library and do the following:

Select "Toolkit", then Next.

Select "Recreate SQL Objects", then Next.

You will now see this screen:

Select Series: Purchasing

Select Table: PM00204

Select "Recreate Selected Table"

Check the check box for "Recreate data for selected table(s)"

Finally, click the "Perform Selected Maintenance" button and it will recreate the table and data, but not before asking you repeatedly if your sure.

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Mike Tassone responded on 12 Jul 2018 12:35 PM
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I found the problem.

.  They added a new column to the table that is causing the error:

        PM00204 – New Column: TEN99FATCAFILEREQ

We had to recreate the PM00204 table using PSTL.  The PSTL Toolkit has an option to recreate a table and the data in it.  It did resolve the issue we were having.

Next, launch Professional Services Tools Library and do the following:

Select "Toolkit", then Next.

Select "Recreate SQL Objects", then Next.

You will now see this screen:

Select Series: Purchasing

Select Table: PM00204

Select "Recreate Selected Table"

Check the check box for "Recreate data for selected table(s)"

Finally, click the "Perform Selected Maintenance" button and it will recreate the table and data, but not before asking you repeatedly if your sure.

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