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E1: 13: P1301 Equipment Rates Allows Overlapping Dates For Identical Rates (Doc ID 2399636.1)

Last updated on MAY 18, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Capital Asset Management - Version 9.0 to 9.2 [Release 9.0 to 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Equipment Rates P1301 allows the entry of identical / duplicate rates that overlap beginning and ending effective dates. This leads to confusion as to which rate should be used when running the programs like R052901 / R05229 Generate Time Card Journal Entries, and P12110 Equipment Time Entry as an unexpected rate amount can be used to create T5 rate component journal entries or T batch JE’s.

Steps To Duplicate:
1. Go to menu G1343 / P1301 and enter three identical rates for Asset i.e. 886. All fields i.e. Rate Table 01, Rate Group 01, Rate Code DY etc will all be the same. The only differences will be the Rate amounts and rate component amounts if its desired to use rate components, and the Beginning and Ending effective dates.
2. Rate One will be for Blank Amount Beginning and Ending 01/01/13 – 04/30/18. Rate Two will be for $1000.00 Amount Beginning and Ending 05/01/18 – 05/30/18. Rate Three be for $1500.00 Amount Beginning and Ending 5/15/18 – 8/10/18.
3. Once Ok is clicked on the third rate entered that clearly overlaps Beginning and Ending dates for rate two no error is given.
4. When running programs like R052901 / R05229 Generate Time Card Journal Entries, and P12110 Equipment Time Entry allowing the entry of overlapping Beginning and Ending effective dates in the P1301 causes confusion as to which Equipment Rate should be used. i.e. in this case because today is 5/15/18 the user expected the $1500.00 rate to be used. However the $1000.00 was used which is also correct based on dates




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