E1: 45: Bug 27509985 - Multi-Currency Zero Value Adjustment Incorrectly Calculated as .0001 Which Can Cause Out of Balance IB Journal Entries Depending on Order Quantity
Last updated on FEBRUARY 07, 2018
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced Pricing - Sales - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
n a multi-currency environment/scenario when a foreign Sales Order is selecting a 0.000 Add-On Amount (Basis Code 5) adjustment defined in a different Base Currency, the system is applying a .0001 adjustment to the Price History on the Foreign side. Both Foreign and Domestic Adjustment should be showing 0.0000 as there is not factor value define in the Adjustment Detail in P4072. This incorrect adjustment amount is carried over to the Foreign Unit Price.
1. The adjustment is calculated incorrectly.
2. Because of the incorrect calculation to the adjustment (blank/zero multiplied by any value should be zero), this causes problems downstream as an out-of-balance IB Batch occurs as it is in error when quantities are big enough to create at least 0.01 difference (for example 100 EA x 0.0001).
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