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E1: 03B: Auto Receipts Processing: Match Priority Processing Options, Document Number (DOC) and Generic Matching Field (GMFD) in the F03B13Z1 (R03B50D, R03B50E) (Doc ID 2522347.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2023

Applies to:

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


Are the processing options on the Match Priority tab of auto receipts algorithms Known Invoice Match With Amount (R03B50D) and Known Invoice Match Without Amount (R03B50E) meant to be used both for values found in the Document Number (DOC) field as well as those found in the Generic Matching Field (GMFD)?

The help text for the GMFD field states the following:

An identification number that the system uses to locate invoice records for receipt matching. The system can locate invoices by the following references:

Invoice number

Statement number

Sales order number

Customer reference number

Shipment number

Receipt Matching Reference1

The system uses the value of this field, in conjunction with the Match Priority processing options or the Override Type field, to determine which of the six options the value represents.


However, the help text behind any of the Match Priority processing options does not specify which field it belongs to. Instead it just says the following:

Use this processing option to specify the sequence of search methods that the system uses to select invoices for automatic receipt processing. Valid search methods are:

Values are:

  1. Highest priority. The system uses this search method first.
  2. Higher priority. The system uses this search method second.
  3. Medium priority. The system uses this search method third.
  4. Lower priority. The system uses this search method fourth.
  5. Lowest priority. The system uses this search method last.

If you leave a search method field blank, the system excludes that search method and uses only the other methods that you specify. If you leave all five fields blank, the system searches using all methods in the order listed above. 



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