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E1: 43: Foreign Amount Paid to Date (FAPT) Incorrect Splitting a Line into Multiple Locations During Receipt Routing (P43250) if Receipt is Vouchered (Doc ID 2730220.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When moving quantity to stock and splitting the quantity into multiple locations in the P43250 after the receipt has already been vouchered, the foreign amount paid to date on the original receipt line (match type 1 in the F43121) is not being updated to the correct amount. It is retaining the original amount paid to date that was created when the voucher was created. All of the other fields are properly updated in the F43121 on the match type 1 records, including the new record created for the split quantity.

Steps to Duplicate:

1. P43091 Two step receipt route TRAN -->STK and make the first step (TRAN) as payable.
2. P43090 Setup a Supplier/Item relationship with the receipt route code for a foreign supplier.
3. Enter a foreign purchase order for the supplier and item for a quantity of 6 with a foreign unit cost of $10.
4. Create two partial receipts in the P4312 for a quantity of 5 and 1 that will go into receipt routing.
5. Voucher match both receipt lines that are in the TRAN step of the receipt route.
6. Review the data in the F43121. All amounts are correct. The foreign amount paid to date on the match type 1 record with the quantity of 5 is $50.
7. During Movement and Disposition (P43250), move the quantity of 5 to stock, but split the quantity into multiple locations with a quantity of 3 and 2.
8. Review the F43121 data again. There are now two match type 1 records for this receipt line for a quantity of 3 and 2 (correct). The newly created match type 1 record properly has a foreign amount paid to date of $20, but the original match type 1 record, which now has a quantity of 3 has a foreign amount paid to date of $50. This should be a value of $30, as the original quantity of 5 has been reduced to 3.


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