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E1: 76B: Bug 28837766 - R76B561L - XML <PDEVOL> Tag For Purchase Returns Incorrectly Populated With Value Over 100% (Doc ID 2511166.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 08, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Processing - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When a purchase order line is partially received using the same Nota Fiscal number and later one of these partial receipt (QTY) is returned via Purchase Order Return (Credit Order); the XML generated for the Nota Fiscal related to this Purchase Return has a <pDevol> Tag incorrectly populated with value over 100%. Percentile of return can only be the maximum of 100 (%).

The issue happens on the scenario described below:

1. P4310/P4310BR - Create a purchase order with three lines on it where 2nd item line has quantity field populated for 20
2. P4312/P4312BR - Receive line #2 partially, first receipt for Qty 2 (10%)of total using Nota Fiscal number 111. Do not close the Nota Fiscal
3. P4312/P4312BR - Receive line #2 partially, second receipt for Qty 14 (70%)of total using the same Nota Fiscal number 111. Do not close the Nota Fiscal yet.
4. P4312/P4312BR - Receive line #3 partially, third receipt for Qty 4 (20%)of total still using Nota Fiscal number 111.
5. Close the Nota Fiscal used to do the receipts
6. Create a Purchase Order Return for the second receipt (70%) of total order line using Original Nota Fiscal 505 (Doc Id 625522.1 - Purchase Return - BRAZIL)
a. P4210|ZJDE7006 click ADD
b. Take Form exit to Credit Memo
c. P76B805|ZJDE7006 - Form exit to NF Selection and click Ok to Save
d. P42025 - Inquire in temporary 448 VL order just created and take Row exit to Select Line. Click "X" to close
e. P4210 ZJDE7006 - Complete the order saving it
7. P4205 - Ship Confirm
8. Run R76558B to generate the nota fiscal  
9. Run R76B561/R76B561L to generate the Nota Fiscal XML. The <pDevol> tag could not be over 100 since the percentile of the taxes being returned is not 100% in cases of partial returns. On this case it incorrectly shows 700%.

The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, the nota fiscal is refused by the government when attempting to get approval.




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