E1: 04: R09801 Creates CA Ledger Entry With Domestic Currency Code For Domestic Currency Payment Paying Foreign Currency Voucher Using Monetary G/L Bank Account
(Doc ID 2293304.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 06, 2019
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
- A/P Auto Payment Register (R04576)
- Update Automatic Payments (B0400394)
- Accounts Payable Payment Pre Post (B0000062)
Given the following situation:
- Company currency = USD
- Supplier’s currency = EUR
- Voucher created for the supplier in the supplier’s currency, EUR, so this is a foreign currency voucher
- G/L Bank account is a monetary bank account; currency code is USD
This foreign currency (EUR) voucher is paid by a domestic currency (USD) payment using the monetary bank account via the Automatic Payments functionality. When this payment is posted, the G/L Post (R09801) goes into error but only shows this error in the Work Center: "Intercompany Out Of Balance".
Reviewing the R09801E PDF all entries are for the same company.
However, one of the two entries to the CA ledger, created to close the voucher, has an incorrect value for its currency code: the PK entry has a currency code of USD (= domestic currency). It should have the foreign currency code (EUR) as its currency code value.
In Accounts Receivable, domestic currency receipts for foreign currency invoices using a monetary bank account in the domestic currency post without errors and have correct AA and CA ledger entries.
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