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E1: 42: Credit Memo Sets Negative Components When Credit Memo is Created on Credit Memo (Doc ID 2494998.1)

Last updated on MAY 18, 2021

Applies to:

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


P4210 - Sales Order Entry

Debit Memo (in this context, the Debit Memo is the credit memo on credit memo to create the amount which client is owe - for instance, tax or logistic cost) with Kit Configuration yields different sign between Kit and Components.

To understand the business requirement, refer below steps:
1. Verify 3 line types
  . S: inventory interface for SO|S – Normal Sales Order
  . C: inventory interface with Reverse Sign for CO|C -- Credit Memo
  . NC: Non-stock item with Reverse Sign for S1|NC -- Debit Memo
2. Verify 3 versions of P4210
  . Version 1 for SO|S
  . Version 2 for Credit memo CO|C
  . Version 3 for Debit Memo S1|NC – this version is to create Debit memo from the history of CO|C so expected sign will be positive amount to the different cost center to return the difference between SO and CO to claim the cost incurred
3. Add two Kit Configurations
  . One: for SO|S and CO|C in branch M30 where actual inventory moves
  . Another: for S1|NC in branch 30 which is cost center without inventory movement. This kit configuration will be used during creation of Debit Memo
4. Define 2 versions of P42025 and associate it with Version2 (Credit Memo) and Version 2 (Debit Memo) respectively
5. (P4210|Version1) Add SO|S using the Kit item added above on M30
6. (P4210|Version2) Enter Credit Memo based on the SO created above on M30
7. (P4210|Version3) Enter Debit Memo to credit CO|C above
8. Change detail branch from M30 to 30 to pull 2nd Kit Configuration with the line type NC
9. In Kit Selection windows verity that the sign of Kit is negative where the sign of components are positive.


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