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E1: 43: How BurdeningPostCode (F0911.BUPC) And CommitmentReliefFlag (F0911.ALT7) Are populated In G/L? (Doc ID 2434045.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 10, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9.1 to 9.2]
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Goal

When creating a voucher via 3-way PO match, with the following condition, the F0911 records will have the ALT7 and BUCP field populated. BUCP is noted as a Burdening post code with valid value of 1 but Burdening isn't used by customer and value = X.

In the given scenario above we see:

a. Commitment Relief (F0911.ALT7) is populated with N for Non-Recoverable Taxes and for over receipts (voucher amount greater than PO amount) and when there are exchange rate or price variances between time of PO entry and receipt match.
b. Burdening Posted Code (F0911.BUPC) populated with X

Q#1 - What conditions and/or set up determine the value of each of these fields?

Q#2 - What is the definition of BUPC = X? (rather than 1).


 

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