E1: 30A: R30834 Journal Entries for AAI 4134 are not Populating the Sub-Ledger Correctly using Flex Accounting

(Doc ID 2355891.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2018

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

R30834 report output (PDF) showing the same sub-ledger value for lines when they should have different values

When freezing costs through R30835 with multiple sub-ledger numbers from different business units brought in through flex accounting the first sub-ledger repeats on all lines. The J/Es in F0911 are created properly with the correct sub-ledger number.

The R30834 output report should display the correct work order number (sub-ledger) on each line in the report.


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create three standard costed parent item numbers with unique G/L class
codes and branch plants
2. Create three standard costed component item numbers with unique G/L class
codes and branch plants w/costs to be used for BOM's for the parent items
from step #1
3. Verify the three business units address book numbers in the P0006
4. Verify the three business units address book numbers in the branch plant
constants to make sure they coincide with the address numbers of the business
unit master from step #3
5. Setup AAI's 4134 and 4136 based on the unique G/L class codes from items
of step #1
6. Add bill of materials for the three parent items from step #1 with there
respective components from step #2
7. Roll the costs for the parent items
8. Make cost changes for all three component items
9. Setup Flex Accounting for the 4134 AAI using sub-ledger values from the
F0006 address number and the business unit from the category code RP25 from
the F0006. See screen prints
10.Run R30812 (simulation) over the three parent items from step #1 to
simulate the new costs added from step #8
11.Set the R30835 frozen update for Flex Accounting
12.Run R30835 and note the three 4134 debits for three different business
units have the same sub-ledger address number

Cause

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