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E1: 31B: P31B94 Blend Operations System Closes Operation Using F4105 Cost and When Reversing Operation Uses Operation Cost Resulting in Incorrect Zero Balance Adjustment in Cardex P4111 (Doc ID 2623596.1)

Last updated on MARCH 03, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Blend Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When Closing Blend Operations that update E1 Inventory (ex: TRANS) from P31B94 Blend Operations, the system is using P4105 Cost while closing the TRANS operation and while reversing it is using the Blend operational cost. This results in a cost difference Zero Balance adjustment in Cardex (Item Ledger) and F0911 Journal Entries.  The system should use Operational cost both times (so that there is no adjustment) but it is using P4105 cost while closing the Operation and operational cost while reversing and posting same values in F0911.  In the F0911 the closed amounts are one amount and the Reversal amounts are a different amount.

Issue can be reproduced at will using the following steps:

1. Blend Constants Setup to use Operation Cost
2. Find the Material Type being Used for the Tank
3. Note the Item Number from Additional Tab
4. Review the Item Branch Cost for this Item (F4105)
5. Create a Transfer operation (TRANS OPERATION)
6  Close the Trans Operation
7. Review the Cardex for the Item (Notice the Unit Cost, you will find system using P4105 cost)
8. Reverse the Operation
9. Go back to the Cardex for the Item
10. Notice the Unit Cost for the Reversal ( you will find reversal cost is operational cost and one zero balance adjustment entry will also be there but that entry  is posted in F0911 hence accounts are still keeping values while after reversal total values should be zero. )




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