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E1: 42: Sales Update(R42800) and General Ledger Post(R09801) Populate Incorrect Explantion-Remark(EXR) and Units(U) Fields in Account Ledger(F0911) When It Uses Flex Accounting With Subledger for DMAAI 4225 and Revenue Recognition . (Doc ID 2597563.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 09, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Processing - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


R42800 (Sales Update ) and R09801(General Ledger Post) populate incorrect and fields in F0911(Account Ledger) when it uses flex accounting with subledger for DMAAI 4225 and Revenue Recognition .

Steps to replicate

  1. In P03B216 (Revenue Recognition Constant By Company) verify Enable/Disable Revenue Recognition By Company is activated.
  2. In P03B420 (Revenue Recognition Trigger Setup) select the company you are testing with. There are 3 triggers that need to be setup. Take the row exit to Sales Oder Setup and choose one by one the options : SO Hierarchy, SO Date Setup , SO Configuration.
  3. Setup COGS PLA 4225 in P40950 (Work With AAIs).
  4. Set P40296 Flexible Sales Accounts on subledger using DMAAI 4225.
  5. Enter a sales order using P4210.
  6. Confirm shipment P4205 for the order.
  7. Run R42800 Sales Update with Flex Accounting Processing Option activated.
  8. Post by batch using P0911(Journal Entries) or run R09801 (General Ledger Post).
  9. Review F03B11T (Customer Ledger Tag Table) and see that Revenue Recognition Inclusion = Y.
  10. Review F03B117(Revenue Recognition GL Info) and see that "Explantion-Remark" and "Units" fields are populated.
  11. However, in F0911(Account Ledger), "Explantion-Remark" and "Units" fields fields are incorrect populated.

The "Explantion-Remark" and "Units" fields from F0911(Account Ledger) have to be correct populated when it uses flex accounting with subledger for DMAAI 4225 and Revenue Recognition .




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