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E1: 43: If One or More Lines Being Matched are Outside Specified Tolerance, the System Summarizes the Lines Within Tolerance into One Pay Item and Sets Its Pay Status to "A" (Doc ID 2025247.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced Pricing - Procurement - Version 9.1 and later
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Voucher match (P4314) has a processing option (#6 on Process tab) which will allow you to specify a particular pay status (such as "V") to use if an item being matched exceeds tolerance. The way that processing works is, when matching a voucher, if one or more lines being matched are outside specified tolerance, the system summarizes the lines within tolerance into one pay item and sets its pay status to "A".  It summarized the lines outside tolerance into a second pay item and sets its pay status to the value specified in the processing option (e.g., "V").  
The problem is, unless a user manually intervenes and sets the first pay item's status to "V", that "A" pay item can get picked up and processed on the next check run, without the "V" pay item, resulting in a partial payment. 

The AP department may not want to do partial payments.  Therefore, an option is requested to put the entire voucher to the pay status specified in the processing options, as opposed to just the pay item for the lines that were outside tolerance.        


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