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E1: 43: Supplier Ledger Inquiry (P0411) Displays Different Gross Amount For a Purchase Order With More Than 999 Lines After The Order is Matched (Doc ID 2374671.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2019

Applies to:

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


To match the supplier bill, we need to modify some values in the grid of a purchase order that has more than 999 lines, when it does the voucher in P4011. After it generated the voucher , P0411 <Supplier Ledger Inquiry > form shows a different value for Gross Amount from what was shown at the summary of the purchase order before matching.

1.Enter a Purchase order P4310 with more than 999 lines.
2.Receipt the order P4312
3.Set processing options for P4314 , tab Summarization , 1. A/P = 1 (Summarize)
4.Open <Match Voutcher to open receipt P4011> and press <Add> button in order to enter a new voucher.
5.Take Row exit and select <Receipt to match> menu.
6.Inquiry the purchase order and select the <Summary> flag . Note the Total Amount Open .
7.Uncheck <Summary> flag and select all the lines to match with the supplier invoice.
8.Generate Voucher match . Taxable Amt. in P4011 is equal with Amount Open of the purchase order.
9.The supplier invoice show a difference of 1 cent in the tax of the first item. Change the tax value for the first line with just 1 cent . Note the Gross Amount before match.
10.Click OK to confirm the voucher.
11.Inquiry the voucher number in P4011 .

The <Supplier Ledger Inquiry > form shows now, a different value for Gross Amount. This value is different then Gross Amount before matching .

The <Supplier Ledger Inquiry > has to display the same value for Gross Amount as the Gross Amount before voucher match .




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