E1: 45: P4210 Ship and Debit History is blank after running R45100 (Doc ID 1965515.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 23, 2015

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : 9.1 version, Advanced Pricing
R45100 Assign,Recalculate and Reassign Agreements

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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In the scenario of ship and debit processing the ship and debit history for the SO is not populated correctly.


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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In the scenario of ship and debit processing the ship and debit history for the SO should be populated correctly.


STEPS
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1.Create an item and ensure that purchase price level is set as 2 in P4101.
2.In P41026 populate the supplier as 4346.
3.Setup the supplier catalog for this item/supplier/b/p for a value of 9 and catalog as GENERAL.
4.In P4513 the setup is set for inclusion.
5.In P4071 setup the adjustment definition for target application as 3, adjustment control code as 1 and preference hierarchy as SD.
6.Setup the P4072 for factor numeric value as 10, basis code as 1, supplier number as 4346 and agreement type as SA.
7.Link the adjustment to a schedule.
8.In P45715 ensure that we populate the header details and check the box Active. Under the General tab populate the agreement number, claim method as 1 and send claim to as supplier number.
9.Under the Costs tab populate the factor value method as 1 and populate the catalog field.
10.Under the Quantities tab populate the UOM, minimum and maximum qty.
11.Under P40040 for SO order type, ensure that Ship and Debit processing is checked.
12.In supplier master populate the adjustment schedule accordingly.
13.Create a SO for this item for a qty of 10.
14.Run the R45100 for this order.
15.However notice in the Ship and Debit history of the SO that information is entirely blank and no debit amount is populated.



Cause

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