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E1: 74Y: Enhancement Request to Allow Batch Invoice Processor to Create F7430010 Records for Italian Invoices (R03B11Z1A) (Doc ID 2609006.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 26, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When entering invoices with Italian Localization functionality activated, entering the invoice via Standard Invoice Entry (P03B2002/P03B11) produces invoice information in both the F03B11 and F7430010 tables. Processing a similar invoice via the Batch Invoice Processor (R03B11Z1A) only adds invoice information to F03B11.  This is functioning as currently designed as the Batch Invoice Processor functionality has not been localized for Italian Localizations.  Enhancement Request Bug 30522324 has been entered to log interest in this functionality being created in a future software release.

This behavior can be produced with the following steps:

1. Ensure that the Italian Localization functionality is active for the User ID in question (P0092).

2. Using a customer that has been set up for Italian Electronic Invoicing, enter a simple invoice via Standard Invoice Entry (P03B2002/P03B11).

3. After saving the invoice record, check for records in the F03B11 and F7430010 tables related to the invoice. Observe that records are present in both tables.

4. Using the same customer as in Step 2, use P03B11Z1 to enter a similar simple invoice into the F03B11Z1/F0911Z1 tables.

5. Run the Batch Invoice Processor program (R03B11Z1A) to process the batch invoice record created in Step 4 through to the F03B11 and F7430010 tables.

6. After R03B11Z1A completes, check for records in the F03B11 and F7430010 tables related to the invoice. Observe that records are only present in F03B11, and that no record was created in F7430010.



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