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E1: 03B: How To Set Up and Map Data for Automatic Cash Receipts (a.k.a. Auto Receipts or Auto Cash) (Doc ID 1458481.1)

Last updated on APRIL 03, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



Immediate recognition of cash in the general ledger is an essential part of the accounts receivable process. To ensure early cash recognition, you can process receipts automatically to quickly apply payments from customers to their invoices. This method of processing receipts enables you to:

There are ten steps to complete Automatic Receipts Processing, six for the initial set-up and an additional four for the processing, plus a further step to purge electronic receipts data. Below is a summary of each of the six initial setup steps. For further information on the automatic receipt processing steps please refer to E1: 03B: Automatic Receipt Processing in EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable (R03B551, P03B121, P03B124, R03B50, R03B0041A).


This document is intended for users who are setting up and using the Automatic Receipt process in the EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable module.


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In this Document
 Step 1: Verify Accounts Receivable Constants Setup
 Step 2: Define Algorithms (P03B52)
 Setting Processing Options for Known Invoice Match with Amount (R03B50D)
 Setting Processing Options for Known Invoice Match Without Amount (R03B50E)
 Setting Processing Options for Balance Forward Match (R03B50B)
 Setting Processing Options for Invoice Selection Match (R03B50A)
 Setting Processing Options for Combination Invoice Match (R03B50F)
 Step 3: Define Execution List (P03B50)
 Step 4: Verify Customer Master Setup (P03013)
 Step 5: Map Data to the Electronic Receipts Input Table (F03B13Z1)
 Step 6: Bank Account Setup
 Company Bank Account Requirements
 Customer Bank Account Requirements

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