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E1: FIN: Understanding Accounts Payable Payment Post Process Within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Financial Management (R09801, P00241) (Doc ID 1959943.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 06, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Overview

When you create a payment, after updating your automatic payment group and after creating your manual payment, you update the Payment header table (F0413) and Payment detail table (F0414) which stores the voucher detail information. Before posting this batch there is no data in the General Ledger table (F0911) created.  After you post the payment batch, you update the payment header table (F0413) and payments detail table (F0414) post status field (F0413) and post code field (F0414), if successful, to status of D and the General Ledger table (F0911) will create the payment record (PK or PN) with a post code status, if successful, of P and creates a AE entry for your AP trade account.

Scope

This document discusses the Accounts Payable Payment post process within JD Edwards EntepriseOne Financial Management.

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In this Document
Purpose
 Overview
Scope
Details
 Posting Accounts Payable Payment Batch (R09801)
 Offset Method Options
 Understanding GL Date Warnings and Errors (PYEB, PBCO, PACO and WACO)
 Post Automatic Payments (R09801)
 Posting Automatic Payments in a Foreign Currency
 Posting to Prior Period (R09801)
 Steps to Post to Prior Period
 Posting to Prior Year (R09801)
 Steps to Post to a Prior Year
 Adjusting Amounts to Reflect in Current Period
 Batch Approval and Post Security (P00241)
 Manually Create an Automatic Entry (P0911)
 Post Troubleshooting Knowledge References
 Frequently Asked Questions Regarding AP Payment Post
 Accounts Payable Automatic Payment Posting (R09801) Questions
 Question 1: The General Ledger Post (R09801) triggers a Record Invalid error when posting payments, why?
 Question 2: The General Ledger Post (R09801) triggers error Fiscal Year not set up when posting payments, why?
 Question 3: The General Ledger Post (R09801) triggers error Invalid Period No and/or Fiscal Year when posting payments, why?
 Question 4: The General Ledger Post (R09801) triggers error Insert Unsuccessful (in F0911) when posting payments, why?
 Question 5: The General Ledger Post (R09801) triggers error Invalid parameters when posting payments, why?
 Question 6: Why are intercompany entries not created for the bank account company when posting an automatic payment batch (K)?
 Question 7:  Why does the GL post (R09801) set error "Posting Edit Code Does Not Allow Entry" on AAIs PKJ and PKL when posting automatic payments even if Job Cost is not used?
 Question 8:  Why does the system trigger error "Company 1 does not exist in the Company Constants File" when posting an automatic payment?
 Question 9:  Can a zero dollar payment be posted?
 Question 10: A foreign currency zero amount payment was created to offset prepayment voucher's negative pay item  against match voucher. After posting the payment batch, system generated a one cent rounding record to post to the bank account instead of posting to the exchange gain or loss account. Why is this so?
 Question 11: Why the batch post report is displaying the error message 'No F0911 records exist in this Batch' while posting an alternate currency payment batch?
 Question 12: 'No F0911 records exist in this Batch' type 'K"?
 Support Resource
References

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