E1: 47: EDI 850 Outbound Header (F47016) Fields NDTP, DCP and DCD are Blank (Doc ID 1631471.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 06, 2015

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne EDI - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 9.1 version, EDI – Distribution
PO Print/EDI 850 Outbound (R43500)
Tools Release 9.1

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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When PO Print is run with EDI 850 Outbound (R43500) and the PO has Payment Terms 001 (1/10 Net 30) the fields Net Days (NDTP), Discount % (DCP) and Discount Days (DCD) are left blank in the EDI Purchase Order Header - Outbound (F47016) table.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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When Payment Terms are 001 (1/10 Net 30) the field Net Days (NDTP) should be set to 20, Discount % (DCP) should be set to .01 and Discount Days (DCD) should be set to 10 in the EDI Purchase Order Header - Outbound (F47016) table.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Payment Terms 001 are defined as 1/10 Net 30 with Discount Days (DCD) = 10, Net Days to Pay (NDTP) = 20, Discount % (DCP) = .01000 and Days to Pay Aging (DTPA) = 30 (P00014).
2. Populate Payment Terms on an EDI Supplier as 001 (P04012).
3. Create a Purchase Order Header First (P4310) for the EDI Supplier. Make sure Payment terms 001 are populated.
4. Enter the PO Detail line and save the PO.
5. Create a version of PO Print (R43500) which has EDI 850 Processing Options set.
6. Run PO Print/EDI 850 Outbound (R43500). EDI Document 139569 OZ is created.
7. Check EDI Purchase Order Header - Outbound (F47016) table. Payment Terms is populated 001 (1/10 Net 30), but Net Days (NDTP), Discount % (DCP) and Discount Days (DCD) are left blank.

BUSINESS IMPACT
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The issue has the following business impact:
The client will need to perform additional translation in order to communicate payment terms information to their vendors in a way the vendor will understand. This will apply to all Vendors that receive Pos via EDI.

Cause

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