E1: 09: How To Run Global Updates for Organizational and Account Structure Revisions In EnterpriseOne (P09812\P09803\P09805\R09806)
(Doc ID 1390947.1)
Last updated on JULY 19, 2021
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne General Ledger - Version XE and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
If your company has recently expanded or merged with another company, or a management decision has been made to change financial reporting, you might need to change the company account structures in the chart of accounts. This task might involve:
Creating new business units and moving existing account detail and balances to the new business units.
Creating new object or object.subsidiary accounts under an existing or new business unit, and moving existing account detail and balances to the new object.subsidiary or business unit.object.subsidiary.
Moving existing business units from one company to another.
In addition to changing the structure of your accounts, you can also run programs that:
Change Account information such as account description or posting edit code for several accounts at one time.
Change Model/Consolidation field for Business Units.
Update Category Codes information for Business Units.
NOTE: Its important to note that the procedures outlined below only affect the F0006, F0901, F0902, and F0911 files. Any other system tables that need to be updated with the new account structure information - which will vary considerably depending on which modules of the software are being used - can only be updated using a database utility program with the help of a qualified database administrator. There are no standard JDE applications to globally update all tables system wide. The Cross Reference program (Fastpath XREF) may be helpful in identifying the tables that will need to be updated in your specific scenario.
This document is intended for Finance Functional users who will be reviewing and modifying the organization and account structures.
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