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E1: 43: Rounding of Domestic Extended Amount for PO Entry (P4310) and PO Receipt (P4312) (Doc ID 2688271.1)

Last updated on JULY 07, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

When entering (P4310) or receiving a purchase order (P4312), the domestic extended amount is is rounding up by $.01. What is the calculation used with the following foreign amounts, quantity and exchange rate entered on a purchase order?

1. Create a PO in EUR currency in an USD company with a quantity of 1168 and unit cost of 115.01 with an exchange rate of 1.1291 (foreign extended amount of 134,331.68)
2. Receive the purchase order with the same exchange rate and amount/quantity.
3. Review the data in the F4311 for the extended domestic amount and the amount in the F0911 for the domestic amount that was created. The AA (domestic) amount is calculated as an amount of 151,673.91.  If you multiply 134,331.68 (foreign extended amount) x 1.1291 (exchange rate), the calculated amount is 151,673.899888‬. The expectation is that the domestic amount would round to 151,673.90, but the amount calculated for the domestic extended amount is 151,673.91 (.01 difference).

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