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E1: 43: Bypass Approval Process if Zero Cost Line is Cancelled Functionality Available (Doc ID 2579445.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 14, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

It is not possible to prevent order line from going back through the approval process if a zero cost line is cancelled.

Cancelled lines on the PO are forced to go back through approvals. None of the critical fields have changed. By design, this functionality prevents users from entering in credit lines to bring the amount under the approved amount. So when a line is canceled, the order still goes through the approval processing algorithm to determine if, after the change,the order is over or under the approval amount. If it is under, it will automatically approve all lines on the order. If it is over, all lines on the order will go through the approval route. This gives visibility to the approver to know that someone did something to the order. For example, a first level approval is set to 1,000. A person enters a purchase order for net $900 by entering line 1 for 1,500 and line 2 for$-600. The order is auto approved and approval processing has taken place. The user then cancels the -600 line. This should trigger re-approval. If the client does not want this, then users can cancel lines in a version of P4310 that does not have any value populated in the Route Code approval processing option (approval processing is off).

Cause

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