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E1: FIN: Overview Of Invoice Post Process Within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable (R09801) (Doc ID 1967296.1)

Last updated on MAY 25, 2023

Applies to:

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



When you create an invoice batch, records are created in the AR Ledger table (F03B11) and General Ledger table (F0911). After you post the batch, the posted code for the AR ledger, if successful, should appear as D and the General Ledger posted code, if successful, should appear as P. An AE entry is created updating your AR trade account. AE entries may also be created to tax accounts. Note: When the General Ledger posts the invoice and creates the AE, the F0902 account ledger is also updated. If you void an invoice, it updates the AR ledger table (F03B11) and creates a revision record in the F03B112.





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In this Document
 General Ledger Post (R09801) Processing Options
 Offset Method Options
 Understanding GL Date Warnings and Errors (PYEB, PBCO, PACO and WACO)
 Posting AR Invoices (R09801)
 Automatic Entries Created by the Invoice Post
 Understanding Revisions to Posted Invoices
 Understanding Invoice Voids
 Revising Posted Invoices
 Voiding a Posted Invoice
 Voiding a Posted Invoice Pay Item
 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)
 Understanding Multi-Currency
 Summary Of Domestic Versus Foreign Currency Transactions
 Domestic Entry
 Foreign Entry
 Tax Explanation Summary
 Key Tax Programs
 Tax Rules
 Tax Query (P4008)
 Tax Rate/Area Details (P4008)

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