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E1: 43C: Grower Pricing and Split Payments Payee vs. Supplier (Doc ID 2242831.1)

Last updated on JULY 21, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Grower Pricing and Payments - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


E1 Release: 9.1
Application: P43C00 Grower Pricing and Payments

Issue with Grower contract split payee .
After grower final settlements are processed and payable amounts are processed and paid there is a cleanup required to zero out the offsetting entries (on a held status) from the various PP Pre Paid voucher entries .
If a contract only has a single payee this is a case of releasing the held entries and running a payment run which would create a $0 payment and close out these records.
When there are multiple payees on a contract these balance to $0 against the supplier (grower) but do not balance to $0 at a payee level – this is due to the fact that, while the various payments are made, they are split across payees and the 3-way match that is done during final entry to match the receipt (weigh tag) entries is solely against the grower and not split across the contract payees.

This results in a need for users – or a custom batch application - to change all these payee records to the grower’s supplier number before releasing and running the $0 cleanup payment.

Due to the transaction volumes this will result in a significant amount of manual cleanup work for the AP team.

Would like the 3-way match PV vouchers that are created to be split in the same percentages as the contract so that these offsetting entries automatically balance to zero at the payee level.

The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, E1 is not netting the Supplier Ledger to Zero against the Payee Number, only to the Supplier Number.


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