Last updated on NOVEMBER 16, 2015
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 9.1 version, Procurement
PO Entry (P4310)
A user creates a Blanket (OB) purchase order which is setup in UDC 40/CT to update commitments. The PO Entry (P4310) Version has Approval Processing and Reapprovals Activated. The order is created for a particular G/L Account with an amount that includes pennies, such as 7247.69. The amount of the PO is committed to correct period in the Account Balances (F0902) Commitment (PA) Ledger. The user realizes the wrong GL account was used. They change the GL Account Number on the existing line of the blanket order. When they review Account Balances (F0902) Commitment (PA) Ledger records, the new account receives a commitment that is rounded up to the nearest dollar, 7,248.00, and the old account retains a negative commitment amount of -0.31.
Changing the account should not round the F0902 commitment amount to the nearest dollar.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create a Blanket PO for Account Number 1001269.61125 for 7247.69 with Approval Processing activated.
2. Check PA Ledger Record of Account Balances (F0902) table which has 7247.69 in current period.
3. Return to PO and take the Row Exit to Detail Revisions
4. Change Account Number on the PO Detail Line to 1001269.61130. Do not change the amount.
5. Check PA Ledger Record of Account Balances (F0902) table for original account in current period which now has -0.31. It should be 0.00.
6. Check PA Ledger Record of Account Balances (F0902) table for new account in current period which was rounded up to the nearest dollar to 7248.00.
The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, financial commitment data is not accurate. There is a data integrity problem with encumbrance data.
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