E1: 03B: Batch Invoice Revisions (P03B11Z1), Standard Receipts (P03B102) & Speed Receipts (P03B0001) Incorrectly Set Error 043C, "Account Number Is Invalid", On Work Order Speed Codes In The G/L Account Number (ANI) Field

(Doc ID 2374371.1)

Last updated on MARCH 15, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When using a valid Work Order Speed Code, prefixed with a backwards slash \, e.g. \3001.5010, in the G/L Account Number (alias ANI) field on the following forms:

these programs all set error 043C: "Account Number \3001.5010 is Invalid".

This works in other A/R programs, such as Standard Invoice Entry (P03B11) and Speed Invoice Entry (P03B11SI).

STEPS TO REPRODUCE

Batch Invoice Revisions (P03B11Z1):

  1. Open Batch Invoice Revisions (P03B11Z1) and click on Add
  2. Fill out the header and detail fields on the first form for payment information, and click on OK/Save
  3. On the G/L distribution form fill out the header and click in the grid
  4. In the Account Number field put the work order speed code plus the number of a valid object account, e.g. \3001.5010
  5. Click on OK/Save: program sets the error

Speed Receipts (P03B0001), type 4: General Ledger:

  1. Open Speed Receipts (P03B0001)
  2. Fill out the fields in the header and in the Type Input field put a value of 4 for General Ledger
  3. Click in the grid and fill out the fields
  4. In the Account Number field put the work order speed code plus the number of a valid object account, e.g. \3001.5010
  5. Click on OK/Save: program sets the error

Standard Receipts (P03B102), ‘General Ledger’ form exit:

  1. Open Standard Receipts (P03B102), and click on Add
  2. Fill out the header fields (leave the Payor and Customer Number fields blank if you want)
  3. Take form exit ‘General Ledger’
  4. Click in the grid and in the Account Number field put the work order speed code plus the number of a valid object account, e.g. \3001.5010
  5.  Click on OK/Save: program sets the error

 

 

Cause

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