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E1: 75I: R42800 Debit Side of GST Accounting Incorrectly Hits RC AAI (Doc ID 2299928.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Processing - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 9.1 version, Localizations - JAPAC - Sales
R42800 Sales Update

When performing the Sales Update, when referencing the GST entries in F0911 the Debit side of the transaction incorrectly hits AR Trade Account.

1.In GST Account Master setup, notice that for tax liability the final account for IGST is 1055.4110.IGST
2.The RC AAI is setup as 1055.1210
3.In F0902 the current value for AR Trade Account is 160
4.Create a SO and link the IGST adjustment schedule to the order.
5.Ship Confirm the order.
6.Generate the R75I809
7.Run the R42800
8.Notice that F0911 is updated. However the DEBIT side of the GST Accounting has incorrectly hit AR Trade Account[RC AAI]. The Credit Side is correct in hitting GST Final Account.
9.Notice that when we post the batch, the RC AAI gets updated by 160 in F0902 rather than 130.
10.Hence the impact is that the Accounts Receivables gets overstated incorrectly.


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