E1: 45: Changing Price Variable Table (P4075) Clears Desc 2 field in UDC 40/VT
Last updated on FEBRUARY 21, 2017
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced Pricing - Sales - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 9.1 version, Advanced Pricing
Price Variable Setup (P4075)
After upgrading from World to E1 Release 9.1, when changing an amount in the Price Variable Table (P4075), the Description 2 field in UDC 40/VT (F0005.DRDL02) is cleared.
Changing an amount in the Price Variable Table (P4075), should not clear the Description 2 field in UDC 40/VT (F0005.DRDL02).
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
- To allow the Description 2 field to be displayed in UDC 40/VT, bring up the UDC and take the Form Exit to Code Types.
- Enter VT in the Code Type and click Find. Make sure the 2nd Line field is set to Y.
- When returning to the screen for UDC 40/VT, the Description 02 Field is displayed. Look down the list and find a Code (POAED00L) which has the Description 02 field populated.
- Enter the Price Variable Table (P4075) and populate the Variable Table name (POAED00L) and click Find. Select the record for update.
- This brings up the Price Variable Table (F4075) detail records. The most recent record for the Variable Table name (POAED00L) has an Effective Date of 10/16/2016.
- Go to the end of the table and add a new record at the end of the Price Variable Table (F4075) and add a new record for the Variable Table name (POAED00L) with an Effective Date of 10/17/2016. Save the table with the new record.
- Return to the UDC 40/VT table and look at the record for the Code (POAED00L) and notice the Description 02 field is blanked out.
- Using Databrowser to check the Price Variable Table (F4075) for variable name (POAED00L) we can see that the new record was created in the table for Effective Date 10/17/2016.
- Using Databrowser to check the User Defined Code Values Table (F0005) for the UDC Code (POAED00L) we can see that the Description 02 field was blanked out.
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