# E1: 45: Enhancement Request to be Able to Calculate Multiple Order Level Adjustments Based on F4106 And Multiple Order Quantities (Doc ID 2338129.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

## Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced Pricing - Sales - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

## Symptoms

EnterpriseOne 9.0
With two Order Level Adjustments on a sales order, looking for a way for the system to base both adjustments on the F4106 of the item (or items) in question. From testing, it appears that the second-level adjustment is based on the net from the first adjustment.
For example:
The second adjustment has to be defined with a Basis Code of 2 to account for Order Quantities of the Extended Price of the items that are part of the two Order Level Adjustments.
1. F4106 Base Price of an Item = \$100
2. Order Level Adjustment 1 = -10%
3. Order Level Adjustment 2 = -5%

R42750 calculates the following on the sales order:
Basis Code of the second adjustment is defined as 2 (% of Current Net Price)
Order Level Adjustment 1 = \$10.00-
Order Level Adjustment 2 = \$4.50-
*The \$4.50 price is not desired but will multiply by the Order Quantities of the item (or items) in question.

The desired result is:
Basis Code of the second adjustment is defined as 1 (% of Base Price)
R42750 calculates the following on the sales order:
Order Level Adjustment 1 = \$10.00-
Order Level Adjustment 2 = \$5.00-
*The \$5.00 is correct but will always remain at \$5 regardless of Order Quantities.

The request is for a new Basis Code to be created to be able to handle this request.