E1: 41: P4112 Displays Inventory Account Which Is Different From What the User Has Entered
(Doc ID 2402413.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 28, 2019
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Management - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document describes the implication of <Bug 25920841> - P4112 IS NOT PROPERLY RECORDING JELN IN F4111 WHEN ISSUING MULTIPLE LINES and <Bug 25913248>: P4112 IS NOT PROPERLY RECORDING JELN IN F4111 WHEN ISSUING MULTIPLE LINES in EnterpriseOne Application Release 9.1 and 9.2.
The application of this Bug will change the way it sets F4111.JELN (Item Ledger. Journal Entry Line Number).
- Before this bug: F4111.JELN = the first line of the associated F0911.JELN (i.e., Object of DMAAI 4122, which is Inventory Account)
- After this bug: F4111.JELN = the last line of the associated F0911.JELN (i.e., Object of DMAAI 4124, which is Expense/Cost)
Supposing that there is a single line of F4111, the JELN gets assigned as below,
P4112 - Inventory Issue
|--- 1. Get Account on DMAAI 4122
|--- 1. F0911FSEditLine > Assign JELN 1.0 for F0911
|--- 2. Get Account on DMAAI 4124
|--- 2. F0911FSEditLine > Assign JELN 2.0 for F0911
|--- 3. Assign JELN for F4111 based on actual JELN assigned to F0911
* Before this bug: F4111.JELN = 1.0, 3.0, 5.0, and so forth (Odd Numbers).
* After this bug: F4111.JELN = 2.0, 4.0, 6.0, and so on (Even Numbers).
- Across document, the data dictionary alias JELN is used to describe Journal Entry Line Number. JELN in F0911 is a member of the primary key of F0911, and JELN in F4111 is a member of Foreign Key. This foreign key is used to read data from F0911
- The bug in this document, synchronize the account information between F4111 and F0911 where the relationship between F4111 to F0911 is 1 : 2, or 1 : 4
- There no standard option to correct F4111.JELN
- This bug affects both P4112 and XT4111Z1
- After: P4112 does not add ( F4111.JELN + 1 ) to get corresponding cost object from F0911 and XT4111Z1 assigns F4111.JELN the last JELN of F0911
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In this Document
|Representation in P4112 (Inventory Issue)|
|Data Representation from F4111|
|Data representation from F0911 - No change|
|Reversal Inventory Issue when|