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E1: 45: Accrual Adjustments in Procurement Advanced Pricing (P4074/P4310/P4314) (Doc ID 1364874.1)

Last updated on APRIL 18, 2024

Applies to:

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


Accruals are adjustments that accrue amounts to a specific account that will be paid at a later date.  An accrual adjustment does not affect an order line’s cost.

Accrual adjustments do not print on the invoice. The adjustment shows in the Price History (P4074), and the adjustment name is highlighted. 

Until the 9.2 release, only Line-Level adjustments could be used in Procurement Advanced Pricing, but with the introduction of BUG 25259217, it is now possible to create Basket Level adjustments. Refer to document 2290155.1 for additional information. A Basket Level and Accrual adjustment can be created in Procurement.

IMPORTANT: Accrual functionality in Procurement is limited; the Accrual will appear in the Price History and in the F4074 table, but because there is no dedicated AAI for Advanced Pricing in Procurement (the equivalent of 4270 and 4280 AAIs in Sales), no General Ledger entries can be written at the time of receipt or voucher match. However, as some users / customers may use the Price History entry for custom or reporting purposes, EnterpriseOne does not prevent the creation of an Accrual adjustment in Procurement.


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In this Document
 Advanced Pricing Definition
 Price Adjustment Details
 Creating the Purchase Order

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