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E1: 04/74: Bank Accounts by Address (P0030A) Requires a Bank Account for a SEPA Bank Account after the First Bank Account is Created (Doc ID 2630260.1)

Last updated on JULY 21, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When attempting to add multiple SEPA bank accounts in the P0030A for a Supplier Address Book, the first SEPA bank account for a Supplier A/B, record type V is accepted with no errors. Note that SEPA accounts do not require the Bank Account # field and the processing option for the P0030A is set to a '1' = Not Required (CBNK will not be a required field in P0030A).

Go to Multiple Bank Accounts, enter another SEPA bank account with only the IBAN number and a different Records Type, for example Y, the field for Bank Account is highlighted in red and the following error occurs.

ERROR: Blanks Invalid
CAUSE: The data field being processed does not allow blanks or zeros to be entered.
RESOLUTION: Enter a non-blank or non-zero value.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Go to IV and inquire on P0030A>Row>Processing Options
2. set to a '1' = Not Required (CBNK will not be a required field in P0030A)
3. Go to P0030A and add a SEPA Bank account for a Supplier.
Note, the bank transit and bank account should be blank. Only add an IBAN number
4. Click okay and the record is accepted.
5. From the P0030A form search on the A/B and then go to into the account and click on Form>Multiple Accounts
6. Add a new bank account for the same supplier, with a different Records Type, such as Y or X. Only populate the IBAN number
7. Click okay, and the Bank Account field is highlighted and get the Blank Invalid Error

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Cause

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