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E1: 13: On a P12120 Meter Change Out Application Receiving PBCO error 4426 (Doc ID 2738543.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 18, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On the Meter Reading application (P12120), when an earlier G/L Date is input and find is pressed, and then the G/L Date is corrected, still receiving error 4426 (Date is in this Yr but Prior Mth - PBCO)

Steps to reproduce:
1. In application P0000 (G/L Constants) ensure PBCO setting is unchecked (and if changed from being checked, restart the server so new setting is active).
2. Navigate to menu G1311 via fastpath
3. Select Meter Readings (P12120)
4. In Meter Readings, input the Thru Date/Period field, for example, change the current date (e.g. from 11/17/2020 to 08/01/2020...three months prior to the current company period), and press find (date remains 08/01/2020 after pressing find).
5. Select the first grid record, and row exit to "Meter Changeout", and in form W12120C (Meter Readings - Meter Changeout), input a new meter reading, and press OK. Error 4426 "Date is in this Yr but Prior Mth (PBCO)" is generated. Exit the Changeout screen back to P12120 Meter Readings.
6. Note: if the user exits the P12120 (Meter Reading) application at this time back to the menu, and reenters the P12120 (Meter Reading) and uses the current date, there is no issue with the Meter Changeout.
7. However, if the user remains in the P12120 after the PBCO error was generated on step 4, then changes the date back to the current date and row exits to the Meter Changeout screen, the user still receives the PBCO error, although the date was reverted back to the current G/L date.



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