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E1: 04: FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Debit Statements Within Automatic Payment Processing in Accounts Payable (P04574) (Doc ID 1960710.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 20, 2019

Applies to:

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

Purpose

This document provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding Debit Statements Within Automatic Payment Processing in Accounts Payable (P04574).

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Debit Statement Questions (R04574)
 Question 1:  Why does a negative payment group not require an Update?
 Question 2: Why is the check number getting updated when a Debit statement is printed?
 Question 3:  What is the name of the print file generated for debit statements?
 Question 4:  Is it possible to reprint debit statements?
 Question 5:  How can debit memos be netted to the open vouchers for a supplier?
 Question 6:  Is it possible to prevent debit memos from netting against vouchers?
 Question 7:  How can zero amount or zero dollar checks be created?
 Question 8:  Why are debit memos not netting against open vouchers?
 Question 9:  How are prepayment vouchers distinguished from debit memos?
 Question 10:  How can I prevent processing debit statements?
 Question 11:  If a minimum amount of zero is entered in the processing option of Create Payment Groups (R04570), does the system prevent credit vouchers from netting against debit vouchers?
 Question 12:  How can I remove open vouchers and open debit memos from my supplier ledger?
 Question 13:  Why is a debit statement created for a payment with a total negative amount but the associated vouchers are left open?
 Question 14: Why is the check number in Work with Bank Accounts (P0030G) not picked up when processing zero dollar payments?
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