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E1: 07: Improve G/L Batch Header Audit (Doc ID 2707342.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 03, 2020

Applies to:

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


 Description of Enhancement Request:
When Payroll Final Update is run the payroll pro-forma journal entry type 41 batch header created in the Journal Entry step is designed to be changed to an actual journal entry batch type 7. To be consistent with other areas of E1 the F00119 audit file should reflect that the batch type 41 batch header is deleted and the batch type 7 batch header created during Final Update is not deleted since it is retained. Then, when the batch type 7 record status is changed to Posted, new audit records should be created to reflect the status change but these records should also be marked undeleted. 

Note: This issue also affects Payroll Vouchers and Time Accounting. Vouchers are a pro-forma type #1 before Final Update and a type # after Final Update. The Time Accounting process creates a pro-forma type 51 batch header and a type P when the process is finalized. The results in the F00119 vary slightly with Vouchers and Time Accounting but the misleading F00119 records are a result of the way our journals have been designed to create/change/delete the pro-forma batch header into a new batch type when the process is finalized.




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