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E1: 51: MOC R New Definition/Not Updating The Header/IA And IU Not Getting Created and other Related Issues (Doc ID 2133277.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 05, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Project Costing - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


MOC R Definition needs to be changed to the following:

E1: 51: Working with Job Cost Methods of Computation ( Doc ID 1543899.1 )

R - Revenue: Unit Price Contracts

Method of computation R is used when a contractor is paid based on the quantities in place. This method of computation is designed to be used at the Header account level only.

The following information is used when calculating Projected Final values:

Assign to header accounts.

The system calculates the rate of change for the Budget Units (FU/HU) at the Header Level) multiplies it by the RBLU and RBLA for each detail and Header account, and updates the result to IA/IU ledger for all accounts that roll up
to the Header Cost Code.

For example, if the HU is 1000, and it is changed by entering a new projected final Units (HU) of 1100, the system calculates the rate of change as 100 ÷1000 x 100 or 10 percent. The 100 units of the change are entered into the
FU Ledger Type. If the RBLA = 1,000, the system multiplies it by .10 and updates the IA ledger with the amount of the change (100). The 10% change is applied to all RBLA and RBLU rows in the Cost Code including the Cost Code

With regards to the above definition the system is not doing the following:
1. Needs to apply the definition to the Header Records and not just the Detail Records.
2. The Header records are not updating the Revised Budget Amount, Revised Unit Amount. Once these are corrected the EAC and EACU should be correct.
3. The Header Records are missing the F0911 Records(IA/IU) for the Headers.
4. The Header Records are not updating the F0902 file for the (IA/IU)

Also, Budget Revisions and Miscellaneous Ledgers need to be included in this change by the rate of change.  See bugs listed below for additional information.



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