E1: 01: Address Book Next Numbers Are Being Used As Default If You Do Not Have NN Setup
Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2017
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Address Book - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Currently, if you do not have next numbers set up for a particular program, or suspected unused Next Number values have been deleted, the system will use the default value system 01, and index 01 to assign the next number. The default value and index happens to correlate to the Address Book Next Numbers. J.D. Edwards have numerous programs that maybe set to retrieve default numbers from the first position in Address Book Next Numbers (line number 01 of System Code 01), if the program cannot find a Next Number defined for the system code. The Automatic Next Numbering server (X0010) is used by used by several JDE programs, and it has the default set to use the Address Book Next Numbers. Custom programs may have similar set up for the default, if the appropriate Next Number value cannot be determined. This is causing Address Book numbers to skip, sometimes in large numbers and fairly quickly. Client request that the default NN is changed from system 01 and line 01 to something else, preferably in system 00.
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