E1: 14: Budget by Business Unit Forces The Period Amounts To Be Equal (P14102)
(Doc ID 2740550.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 04, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne General Ledger - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
In Budget by Business Unit (P14102), when having the Processing Option Spread Budget > 5. Identify the Balancing Method set to Blank (Do not force the total of the period amounts to be equal to the annual budget amount), the program is still forcing the amounts to be equal.
If the Final Amount is changed the Period Buckets amounts will be changed to match the Final Amount. Also, if the Period Buckets amounts are changed, the Final Amount will be changed accordingly.
This happens even though the "Do not force" Processing Option is set.
1. In Business Units (P0006), create a new Business Unit
2. In Budget Patterns (P09001), create a simple Budget Pattern (e.g. the entire amount is spread to the first period bucket)
3. In Accounts (P0901), create a few Accounts for the above Business Unit and set the Budget Pattern created before to the Account¿s Budget Pattern Code
4. In Budget by Business Unit (P14102), enter a Requested Amount for one of the Accounts
5. Verify the Processing Options of version ZJDE0003 of P14102 and make sure Spread Budget > 5. Identify the Balancing Method is set to Blank (Do not force the total of the period amounts to be equal to the annual budget amount)
6. In Budget by Business Unit (P14102|ZJDE0003), check the Show Periods flag and change the Final Amount and verify Period Buckets amounts are forced to be equal
7. Re-enter the same program and make the change without checking the Show Periods flag and notice the Bug does not affect this scenario
8. Re-enter the same program, check the Show Periods flag and make a change to the Period Buckets and Save
9. Re-enter the same program, verify the Final Amount has also been changed (also the Budget Pattern has been changed incorrectly to DNS)
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