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E1: UPGTC: CPNB Values in F3002 are Multiplied by 10 after Upgrade E9.1 TC R893002F Completes (Doc ID 1492789.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***checked for relevance 8/4/2014***


Customer has completed an upgrade from B7334 to 9.1. The table conversion (TC) workbench completes and the R893002F TC finishes successfully.

CPNB is a new column to the F3002 table and its value comes from the CPNT column in the source table. CPNT has display decimal designation as 1, while CPNB has display decimal designation as 2. Customer's data configuration for these two DD items are as shipped.

After the TC completes, the values in the CPNT field are as they were in the previous release (as expected), e.g. 10.0, 20.0. The data in the new CPNB fields should have the same values but with two decimal places, e.g. 10.00, 20.00. However, the data in the new CPNB fields have values 10 times greater than they should be, e.g. 100.00, 200.00. Entering new records in the new release applications, does create the data in this column correctly. The problem is only with the converted data.

The customer ran the TC on the Enterprise Server, so the display decimals the conversion program would have picked up for CPNB come from Data Dictionary - PS910, which customer confirms is set to the standard display decimal of 2.




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