Last updated on NOVEMBER 06, 2015
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Entry - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Entering orders in P42101, manually overriding the unit price with a value, and then blanking out this value, does not reset the "price override" flag and does not revert the unit/extended prices to the system-calculated values. The issue does not occur in the P4210 application.
It is expected that the P42101 will exhibit the same behavior as the P4210 application, where blanking out the Unit price and allowing the Extended Price to blank out, then dropping off the line, will revert the system-calculated price.
1. Add a line-level adjustment for an item/customer in sales.
2. Raise an order and observe that the adjustment was applied. Manually overtype the unit price with a different value. Tab or click into the Extended Price field, then drop off the line. The manual price is populated in both.
3. Attempting to revert to the system-calculated price, blank out the Unit Price field, which will automatically clear the Extended Price. Drop off the line and note that the manual price is restored.
4. To restore the system-calculated price, the user must first blank out the Extended Price followed by the Unit Price, then drop off the line. P4210 behaves differently: banking out the manual Unit Price, then dropping off the line, restores the system-calculated price.
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