Audit charges do not calculate correctly for students

You may notice that a student with an enrollment type of audit is still charged the regular course fee instead of the audit fee, even though you have an application restriction set up on your determination table.
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Steps to Duplicate

1. Go to Configuration > Determination Tables > open determination table
2. Select Add Billing Exception > under Enrollment Type select Audit > for Billing Item, select Audit billing item.
3. Save and close
4. Go to Registrar's Office > Scheduling > Open a class > Students tab > Add Student > change enrollment type to Audit > Save and close
5. Go to Student Billing > Student Billing Processing > Generate Transactions Automatically > Generate Determination Table and Reversal Schedule Transactions 
6. Select correct Academic year > mark Tuition/Course fees checkbox
7. On the Filters tab, filter on the student with an enrollment type of audit
8. Generate now
9. Go to Records > Students > open student's record > go to the activity tab > select Invoice > see that for the course the student is auditing, he has been charged the regular course fee.
 

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