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E1: 03B: Overview and Setup of Accounts Receivable Constants and Enhanced A/R Constants for Line of Business and Date-Effective Category Code Processing (P0000, F0009, F0010) (Doc ID 1982405.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 01, 2022

Applies to:

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


Constants provide a basic framework for how the EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable system works, based on the business needs. When you set up Accounts Receivable constants, you set up controls for the entire system, as well as establish information by company (such as aging information). For example, you can specify whether management approval is required for posting invoices and receipts, and how the system generates automatic entries when accounts receivable batches are posted.

When setting up Accounts Receivable constants, you can specify whether to process accounts receivable by line of business and whether to use date-effective category codes using the Enhanced Accounts Receivable Constants. The system stores Accounts Receivable constants in the F0009 and F0010 tables.

NOTE:Do not change system constants after you set up the system. If you do make changes, you must be thoroughly familiar with the information because constants are central to the system processes. You should also ensure that only authorized personnel can access and maintain the constants.


This document is an overview of Accounts Receivable Constants, including Enhanced Accounts Receivable Constants for Line of Business processing within Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Financial Management system.


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In this Document
 Setting Up Accounts Receivable Constants (P0000)
 Setting System Constants
 Setting Company Constants
 Setting Up Enhanced Accounts Receivable Constants (P0000)
 Line of Business Processing
 Activating Line Of Business 
 Date Effective Category Codes

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