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E1: 43: Units(U) in F0911 All Positive Value in PO Receipt (P4312) (Doc ID 2596024.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 10, 2019

Applies to:

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


In the PO Receipts program (P4312), when receiving foreign currency purchase order whose amount in AA ledger is zero, Units(Alias: U) in F0911 is set to positive value both side to credit and debit entities. To reproduce this issue follow the steps listed below:

  1. In Branch/Plant Constants (P41001), check the "Write Units to Journal Entries" option.
  2. Enter foreign currency purchase order from P4310. The currency is CNY and base currency is JPY (0 decimal currency), the exchange rate is 19. When the extended cost is quite small amount like 0.01 CNY, then the cost in JPY is converted to 0 JPY (0.01* 19 = 0.19 -> 0) since JPY is 0 decimal.
  3. Receive the purchase order.
  4. Review the General Ledger (F0911) and notice units are not balanced, they are all positive value.

    JE Line Number  Ledger Amount  Unit
    --------------  ------ ------  ------
            1.0         AA        0      1
            1.0         CA   0.01      1
            2.0         AA        0      1 
            2.0         CA   0.01      1  
  5. If the amount in AA ledger is not zero (for example, when the expended cost is 10.00 CNY using the same exchange rate) then Units in F0911 are balanced
    with negative and positive which is correct.

    JE Line Number  Ledger Amount  Unit
    --------------  ------ ------  ------
            1.0         AA    190      1
            1.0         CA      10      1
            2.0         AA    190     -1
            2.0         CA      10     -1

Desired outcome is to make the Units (Alias: U) to be 1 and -1 in the credit and debit side in the first case.




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