Marketing effort field does not default on revenue when entering source code in an Enhanced Revenue Batch for the transaction

Source codes are unique values that identity specific segments of a marketing effort.  When entering revenue transactions, users may populate the source code field as a value on the transaction so that the mailing and appeal fields will automatically default on the transaction.  This links the transaction back to the marketing effort, and allows users to update the marketing effort to see how much revenue has come in as a result of the effort.

However, when importing revenue transactions with source codes into an Enhanced Revenue Batch, the effort and appeal fields do not automatically populate in batch, or in the transaction once the batch is committed.

Download and install the latest patch, which contains all fixes from previous patches. If you are running an older version, download and install the latest version and then the patch. 

Environment

 2.9.1001
 2.94.1524, patch 32 ; 2.9.1001, patch 128 ; 2.93.2034, patch 51 ; 2.91.1535, patch 92

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