E1: 42: Invoice Print (R42565) Does Not Calculate Due Date Based on Advanced Payment Terms
(Doc ID 2464987.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Sales Invoice Print (R42565)
Standard Invoice Entry (P03B2002)
When Sales Invoice Print (R42565) is run against a Sales Order where the Advanced Payment Terms (AP2) would calculate a due date two months later on the 15th, it instead prints a due date that is the same as the invoice date.
Advanced Payment Terms Setup:
- Create Advanced Payment Term AP2
- Based on Date = 1 (Invoice Date)
- Days to add = 0
- Fixed Days = 15
- Months to Add = 2
- Calendar = AP2
- Work Day Rule = 1 (Working Days)
- Other fields blank or 0
- Test Simulator: "Work Day Calendar Not-Defined Error" appears
Sales Order Invoice Test (P4210/R42565)
- Create a Sales Order for a customer with the Payment Terms set to AP2
- Run the Invoice Print (R42565)
- In the Invoice Print (R42565) PDF report it shows a blank in the Due Date
- The client expects the Invoice to be due on December 15, 2018 based on the advanced payment term
Standard Invoice Entry Test (P03B2002)
- Add a Sales Invoice for the Customer with the Advanced Payment Term AP2
- The program responds with the "Work Day Calendar Not-Defined" Error
- Invoice cannot be saved.
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