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E1: 04: A/P Payments to Voucher Integrity with Adjustments (R04713) Incorrectly Reports Paid Pay Item Of Voucher With Brazil Withholdings (Doc ID 2469339.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 18, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When running the A/P Payments to Voucher Integrity with Adjustments (R04713) for a paid voucher with Brazil withholdings on it, the UBE incorrectly lists one of the pay items of the voucher as out of balance.

Example:

The voucher starts out with a gross and open amount of BRL 1,000.00. Before it is paid, 2 new pay items are created for the initial withholding. Both pay items have Pay Item (SFX) = 002, but one has Pay Item Extension (SFXE) = 0 and the other has SFXE = 1. The pay item with SFX = 002 and SFXE = 0 has the Payee number of the Brazil Tax Authority to whom the amount of this pay item needs to be paid. The pay item with SFX = 002 and SFXE = 1 is for the supplier itself and has the opposite amount.

 

Pay Item (SFX) Pay Ext. (SFXE) Payee Gross/Open Amount
Example of Voucher with Brazil Withholdings
001 0 Supplier 1,000.00 BRL
002 0 Tax Authority 200.00 BRL
002 1 Supplier -200.00 BRL

All three pay items are paid and both the Supplier Ledger (F0411) and the Payment Details (F0414) reflect the above records. The pay items were paid by Payee, so 2 payments were created, one to the supplier and the other to the tax authority.

Even though the voucher was paid by two payments, both tables are in sync and R04713 should not list pay item 002 (it is not clear which of the two pay item 002 records is printed as the PDF does not show the Pay Extension).

 

  

Changes

 

Cause

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