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E1: 03B: Overview and Setup of Accounts Receivable Automatic Accounting Instructions (P0012) (Doc ID 1982411.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 23, 2021

Applies to:

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



Each time you enter a transaction for which the system creates journal entries, the system needs to locate the appropriate account numbers. It does this by reviewing the AAI table for codes that correspond to the transaction. For example, AAIs direct the system to the accounts receivable trade account to debit when you post invoices or the correct bank account to debit when you post receipts.

The name of an AAI item, such as RC, is hard-coded. AAI items for Accounts Receivable always start with the letter 'R'. For example, RC is the AAI item for the receivables class (trade) account, and RB is for the receivables bank account. Each AAI item has account codes consisting of a business unit (optional for some AAIs - see note below), an object, and optionally, a subsidiary, which are mapped to the chart of accounts.


Note - To Troubleshoot Accounts Receivable AAI Errors refer to E1: 03B: Troubleshooting Account Receivable Automatic Accounting Instruction AAI Errors (P0012, R09801) <Document 1983922.1>



This document is intended for EnterpriseOne users who are setting up the Accounts Receivable module for use within their organization, or troubleshooting errors related to AAIs.


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In this Document
 AAI Basic Overview Video Presentation (Video)
 Accounts Receivable AAI Search Sequence
 Set Up Accounts Receivable Automatic Accounting Instructions (P0012)
 Default AAIs
 Receipts Specific AAIs
 Delinquency Fee, Deductions, Drafts, and Netting Specific AAIs
 Intercompany Settlements AAIs
 Multi-currency (including Alternate Currency Receipts) AAIs (Only required in Multi-currency environments)
 Support Resource

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