E1: 03B: Credit Reimbursement Report (R03B610) Isn't Generating Transactions Correctly
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 21, 2017
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 9.2 version, Accounts Receivable
When running Credit Reimbursement Report (R03B610), it is no longer generating the transactions as expected when the credit invoices are in a future month. The record in the F03B11 doesn't get updated correctly, the Pay Status remains as "A" and the Open amount doesn't get changed to zero. The RB batch header is created in the Receipts Header (F03B13), but there is NO receipt details in the Check Detail (F03B14). No transactions are being created in the Accounts Payable Table (F0411) either. The Credit Reimbursement Report (R03B610) shows no errors and the WorkCenter has no errors.
Note: A Warning is issued when the Credit Invoice (RM) is created (PACO warning) and posts without issue. When the R03B610 is ran, the NER N03B0176 appears to stop and will not commit the F03B14 or F0411. Also the UBE gives no notification in the Workcenter regarding the problem.
The F03B11, F03B14, F0411 Tables should be updated appropriately or a warning error should be encountered for the records that are future dated (PBCO).
1. Create a Standard Credit Invoice (RM) with a future date and post.
Note: A "Warning" (PACO) will be issued when created and posts without issue.
2. From the main menu, go Batch Versions (BV) and pull up R03B610. Use standard Data Selection / Processing Options.
3. Submit Credit Reimbursement Report (R03B610)
4. Verify for expected results on the F03B11, F03b13, F03B14, F0411, F0911 and the WorkCenter.
Do not process any records that are future dated when running Credit Reimbursement Report (R03B610).
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