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E1: 42: Enhancement Request to Sales Update R42800 to Generate Different Records for Each Account Set in DMAAI 4245 (Doc ID 2493680.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

R42800 , with < Summarize A/R entries by Invoice> activated , generates 4245 incorrect when it runs for two orders mixed in one invoice.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1.Activate flag for a customer in the Customer Billing Instructions P03013.
2.Set different DMAAI 4245 for two different sales order type (SO, AA).
3.Enter two sales orders for the customer above , one for each order type.
4.Confirm shipment P4205 for both sales orders .
5.Run Print invoice R42565 for both sales orders and generate one invoice number.
6.Set Processing Options for R42800 Sales Update as follow :
-Tab 2.Update, 2. Bypass Update to Accounts Receivable (F0311) = 1 = Bypass Update to Accounts Receivable
-Tab 5.Summarization, 1. Summarize A/R entries by Invoice = 1 = Summarize A/R entries by invoice
7.Run Sales Update for the invoice number.
Because it bypassing updates to Accounts Receivable, the application use 4245 DMAAI setup.
Even if for 4245 are set different accounts for each sales order type , R42800 generate only one record, using only one account set to 4245. It is incorrect to cumulate the amount from two different accounts into one account even if it is used summarization option.

Due to this issue, the amount from two different accounts are summarized into one account .

R42800 has to generate different records for each account set in DMAAI 4245 .

Changes

 28495328 - R42800 GENERATES INCORRECT 4245 WITH SUMMARIZE A/R ENTRIES BY INVOICE 28495328 - R42800 GENERATES INCORRECT 4245 WITH SUMMARIZE A/R ENTRIES BY INVOICE  28495328 - R42800 GENERATES INCORRECT 4245 WITH SUMMARIZE A/R ENTRIES BY INVOIC

Cause

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