E1: 03B: Enhancement Request To Increase The Size Of The Pay Item (SFX) Field To e.g. 9999 For A/R Invoice Creation (P03B11, P03B11SI, R03B11Z1A)
(Doc ID 2517252.1)
Last updated on DECEMBER 18, 2019
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable - Version XE and later
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Currently, it is not possible to create an invoice with more than 999 pay items through any of the invoice entry programs:
- Standard Invoice Entry (P03B11)
- Speed Invoice Entry (P03B11SI)
- Batch Invoice Processor (R03B11Z1A)
This is because the Pay Item field (data item alias SFX) can only hold values up to 999, as its data dictionary item is defined with a length of 3.
Clients are requesting that the length of the Pay Item field is increased, to 9999 for example, so that invoices can hold up to 9,999 pay items.
An example business case would be where numerous deliveries could be made to a customer in one day and the customer is requesting that all deliveries are summarized into one invoice, with one pay item per delivery. Each pay item could have a tracking or reference number assigned to it for the specific delivery that it represents. The number of deliveries per day could range from 100 to 6000. As soon as the number of deliveries for a given day is higher than 999, it is no longer possible to put all of these on the same invoice.
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