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E1: 76B: Nota Fiscal Inquiry (P7610B) is Not Saving Changes Done to ICMS Situation (BST1) and ICMS IPI Code (BFII) (BFIP) (Doc ID 2685824.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 01, 2020

Applies to:

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


When inquiring on a non closed Nota Fiscal, and makings changes to values in the ICMS Situation (BST1), ICMS Code (BFII) and/or IPI Code (BFIP), in the NF Detail Additional Information form (W7610BJ), the changes are not saved if the line number (LNID) equals 1.00 in the revised NF line.

The symptom can be reproduced as follows:

  1. Turn ON Brazilian Localization.
  2. Create a purchase order with one line only where LNID = 1.00
  3. Receive the order and generate the Nota Fiscal. Do not close NF.
  4. Inquire in the NF in P7610B Revisions.
  5. Select the order then  take row exit to Details.
  6. Select Line Number 1.00 and take Row exit to Detail Additional Info.
  7. In form W7610BJ change the ICMS situation (BST1) and ICMS code (BFII) and ICMS rate (TXR1) to a different value.  Check OK to save changes done.
  8. Re-inquire on NF and go back into additional details and verify that the changes are not taken for ICMS situation (BST1) and code (BFII) but only ICMS rate (TXR1). 
  9. Additionally testing, if user goes back to the NF detail and changes LNID value of 1.00 to 2.00 (although line 2.00 does not exist in the order), then repeats changes as per above. This time the changes are taken.
  10. Then if the user goes back to NF detail and changes line 2.00 LNID value back to 1.00 , makes the changes again, then this time the new values are retained.
  11. In orders with more than one line, changes done while LNID is 1.00 always fail to be retained 1.
  12. Same symptom happens for IPI Code change. When for line 1.00 IPI Code (BFIP) and IPI rate are changed then saved, when re-inquiring on the NF Detail  Additional Info only IPI rate change is taken, but IPI Code (BFIP) is not.




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