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E1: 43: Account Number is Invalid (043C) on Receipt of PO Generated from WO (Doc ID 1929552.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 24, 2014

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 9.0 version, Procurement
PO Receipts Entry (P4312)
Tools Release 9.1.4

When attempting to perform PO Receipts Entry (P4312), on a non-stock purchase order that was created from a Service Work Order, the following error occurs.

Account Number BP100001.6141 is Invalid (043C)
CAUSE . . . . BP100001.6141 does not exist in the Account Master file (F0901). NOTE: If you get this error message on a discount amount, it is indicating that the account numbers set up in the Automatic Accounting Instructions are invalid. The AAI records being validated against are PKD/PKL for Accounts Payable and RKD for Accounts Receivable. If business unit is not defined in the AAI accounts, the program will use the business unit from the voucher/invoice. If the error message is on adjustment reason in cash receipts, the same holds true about the AAI account number being invalid for the adjustment reason entered. If you get this error message on a job being closed, it is indicating that the AAI account JCPB (Prior Year End Balance in Closed Jobs), JCR (Job Revenue),or JCC (Job Costs) is not set up.

RESOLUTION. . Enter the correct account number.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Use the Create Purchase Order option on a Service Work Order Creation (P48201) program to generate a Purchase Order with a N line type.
2. The G/L expense account to charge on the generated Purchase Order is automatically generated by the Service Work Order Creation program
3. Perform PO Receipts (P4312) after PO Creation.
4. Account Number Account Number BP100001.6141 is Invalid (043C) error is displayed.


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