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E1: 53: P5310 - Change Request Application - F5311 Currency Calculations / F4311 Currency Calculations on a Lump Sum (Doc ID 1662869.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 05, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced Pricing - Procurement - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When using Change Management in a multi-currency environment where the base currency is US$ and the vendor that is used is a foreign vendor (that
uses an exchange rate) and a purchase order is entered using the foreign vendor CAD) the subsequent change request must be entered in domestic rate
since there is no functionality on the P5310 to enter a foreign amount when entering cost for a change request to a foreign supplier/subcontractor.

To compensate the value must be calculated in the base rate (domestic amt)and then must be entered manually into the “Amount Final for Subcontract” field.

The amount entered in the base rate is not the same amount that is added to the original purchase order/total commitments, so that total amount is off.
The total commitment amount doesn’t add up to the converted US$ amount plus the entered domestic change request amount.

Also, when creating the change order creation, the foreign amount for the lump sum is rounded to the nearest whole dollar in the F4311 resulting in a
variance.  The foreign amounts are not ever written to the F5311 file.

This BUG relates to the lump sum amount entered on the change request.  There is also an issue with the unit rate on a change request.  This will be
addressed as a separate issue.


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