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E1: 42/43: Currency Codes May Not Be Different (Error ID2900) Displays When Generating Returned Material Authorization (RMA) for Intercompany Orders Between Companies with Different Currencies (Doc ID 2300903.1)

Last updated on MAY 12, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The customer creates a high volume of Intercompany orders. This is created against the original order of an Intercompany sales order where currencies are GBP for warehouse branch and EUR for revenue branch and most of the RMAs are created for these situations. The customer is unable to use RMA functionality because hard Error ID 2900, Currency Codes May Not Be Different, is displayed.

For Intercompany sales orders that are created between two different companies with different currencies, RMA does not work because the RMA header is created with one Company/Branch/Currency and the detail information of the RMA is being retrieved from the Sales Ledger, which was created for the original shipping branch and belongs to a different Company/Branch/Currency.

The customer would like that the system to be able to generate RMA orders using Intercompany flow between two different companies with different currencies.  The desired outcome would be for the sales order to be created with the header Branch Plant in Company A and the detail Branch Plant in Company B.  The request is for the related purchase order to be created with the header and detail Branch Plants in Company B, the warehouse branch.

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Cause

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