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E1: 13: Meter FAQ (P1204/P12120/P12120U/P12120Z1/P12120Z1I/R12108/R12825) (Doc ID 1359974.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 30, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Capital Asset Management - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document will provide answers to frequently asked questions regarding meter entry and maintenance.  Refer to the detailed Document on Meter Entries Document 1377533.1 for functionality.

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Questions and Answers
 Question 1:  Entering meter readings through P12120 or P12120U and receiving the following errors
 Question 2:  Entering a value into the Original Reading for an Asset in Meter Readings P12120, and re-inquiring via the P12120 or P12120U, the Current Reading is doubled?
 Question 3:  What files are updated by P12120 or P12120U?
 Question 4:  Accessing a Meter reading for an asset in the current year, view readings in the Current Balance (BALOW) field. Date advanced to a new year, the balance does not show?
 Question 5:  What fields are required for meter interoperability - P12120Z1 and R12120Z1I? (Release 8.11SP1 and beyond)
 Question 6:  How can externally derived meter reading data be uploaded to the E1 CAM module for processing? (Release 8.11SP1 and beyond)
 Question 7:  Why is hard error 4426, “Date is in this Year but Prior Month (PBCO)”, displaying when entering a previous period meter reading?
 Question 8:  After entering subledger and subledger type for a Speed Meter Reading (P12120U), should this information display when inquiring on Meter Readings (P12120)?
 Question 9:  When transferring assets using R12108 (Asset Transfer), only the AA record gets transferred, the AU records which contain meter readings are not transferred. 
 Question 10:  Data is added in Fixed Assets (P1204) & it displays in Meter Readings (P12120).  It includes fixed assets, stored in the Asset Master file (F1201), but not equipment records. 
 Question 11:  Is there an interactive application (Search & Select Form) which displays the prior date and meter reading for which a Meter Change and/or Meter Roll Over has been entered?
 Question 12:  Is it possible to clear existing meter readings and then reload them?
 Question 13:  Certain meter readings are not posting to the Depreciation Information application (P1202/F1202). 
 Question 14:  What is the correct usage and logic behind original meter readings (field name BMOWM)?
 Question 15:  Meter readings on transferred, copied or created assets, in a new company,  only updates the F0911 (Account Ledger) and not the F1202 (Asset Account Balances)?  
 Question 16:  Is it possible to create Condition Based Maintenance alerts (P1310) from Meter Readings (P12120)?
 Question 17: How can integrities between the Asset Balances table (F1202) and Account Leger (F0911) be investigated and resolved for meter readings?
 Question 18: Is it possible to use a Ledger Type other than AA in P12120 Meter Readings?
 Question 19:  Is it possible to use the P12120 Meter Readings without setting up the AAIs
 Question 20: Is it possible to update original meter readings using the Inbound Meter Readings Processor, R12120Z1I?

 Question 21: AAI for AT00  is set up correctly. Meter readings are entered in P12120, but are not visible in P12120 or P13210. The records are visible in table F1207. Why?
 Question 22:  Is it possible to update / delete the % Due of the PM record in the PM Backlog (P12071) using an application or UBE??  
  Question 23: Is it possible to enter past meter reading transaction date in Thru Date/Period?
 Questin 24: Where do you change the UOM on a Asset for meter readings P12120?
 Question 25: Is there an application/Inquiry that would show the last Meter Captured date for a piece of equipment besides F0911 and F1202?

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