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E1: 42: P4210- In Intercompany Transaction Unit & Extended Cost Is Blank When Customer Price Group Uses Category Codes (Doc ID 2448739.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 24, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Entry - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 9.2 version, Sales
P4210 SO Entry

In the scenario wherein Customer Price Groups with category codes is being utilized for an InterCompany transaction, the Unit Cost and Extended Cost are not populated in the Order.

1. In P4092 ensure that Customer Price Groups SUN1 and SUN3 are linked to Category Code 1
2. BP 30 is being linked to Company 00001 and AB number 6031
3. BP M30 is being linked to Company 00200 and AB number 6074
4. In Customer Master Sold To Customer 4246 being linked to Company 00001, has Customer Price Group populated as SUN1 and Category Code 01 populated as 100
5. Also in Customer Master 6031 being linked to Company 00001 has Customer Price Group populated as SUN3 and Category Code 01 populated as 105. Reason being in this scenario, 6031 becomes the Sold To in SK Order and hence customer price groups can only be linked to customers.
6. Create an item having Sales Price Level as 1
7. Add P4106 records. For Customer Price Group SUN1 and Category Code 100, the price is 100 and for Customer Price Group SUN3 and Category Code 105, the price is 20.
8. In the processing options of P4210| Process Tab| Option 10=2[Use Base Price] and also the Interbranch tab is activated.
9. Create a SI order for Header BP as 30 and Sold To of 4246.
10. In the SO detail populate the item, Detail BP as M30 and tab off the line.
11. Unit Price is correctly populated as 100
12. However the Unit and Extended Cost are populated as blank.
13. Now consider this alternate scenario wherein P4106 is setup for Customer Price Group SUN3 WITHOUT any Category Code Value for price as 20
14. This time around Unit Cost/Extended Cost gets correctly populated


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