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E1: 45: Order Detail Defaults Advanced Preference with Advanced Pricing (P4071/P4072/P4070/P4092/P4074) (Doc ID 1363248.1)

Last updated on APRIL 18, 2024

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced Pricing - Sales - Version 8.9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Order Detail Defaults Advanced Preference allows users to define specific values for certain Sales Order Detail File (F4211) fields during Sales Order Entry (P4210 or P42101). The fields are:

The preference can be set up using complex groups (Item Group and/or Customer Group), depending on the Preference Hierarchy setup, as well quantity or non-quantity based.    For more information on Advanced Preferences, refer to Information Center 1665439.2

One common use of the preference is to provide the field driver for invoking line level Advanced Price Adjustments.  Although any of the above fields can be used as the price adjustment driver, the most common fields used in this application of the preference are the Price Code 1, Price Code 2, and Price Code 3 fields (UPC1, UPC2, and UPC3).  The preference is used to populate a field value into one or all of these fields.  If this value matches the value from the adjustment detail then the adjustment will be applied.

Currently driver fields are hard coded and listed below:

Note: EMCU, EUSE, UPC1, UPC2 and UPC3 are defined in both driver fields and default fields.


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In this Document
 Order Detail Defaults - Advanced Preference Setup
 Advanced Preference (P4071)
 Advanced Preference Detail (P4072)
 Advanced Preference Schedule (P4070)
 Order Detail Defaults Standalone Example
 Sales Order Entry (P4210)
 Order Detail Defaults Advanced Pricing Example
 Order Detail Group (P4092)
 Price Adjustment Definition (P4071)
 Price Adjustment Detail (P4072)
 Sales Order Entry (P4210)
 Price History (P4074)
 Sequencing Considerations

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