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E1: 45: Sales Order Entry Price Calculated Differently than R42950 Reprice Calculation (Doc ID 2550516.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 10, 2023

Applies to:

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


EnterpriseOne 9.0
When entering a foreign sales order with an advanced price adjustment with a % of cost, the price is calculated slightly differently in the Price History (P4074) from an order entered in Sales Order Entry (P4210) versus how the Sales Order Batch Price/Cost Update (R42950). The system is calculating the price adjustment in slightly differently in P4074 which is causing a penny difference between the two price calculations (SOE versus R42950). It appears that the order of the calculation or the rounding in the calculation results in the price difference.

Note - This appears to only be an issue with advanced pricing adjustments defined to calculate against a Unit Cost in the F4105 (Basis Code 3 -- % of Unit Cost defined in P4072).

It requires the specific setup of many variables. Given this scenario, this issue could be a significant problem as sales order are being repriced via R42950 when none of the variables have changed. This results in a penny difference that could result in a big difference depending on the sales order detail Order Quantity.
The Price that is being charged is incorrect from when the sales order was entered/quoted to when it is invoiced.




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