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E1: 04: Standard Voucher Entry (P0411) Does Not Update Domestic Discount Available (ADSC) When Adding Discount to an Existing Foreign Currency Voucher. (Doc ID 2756202.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 26, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

After creating a foreign currency voucher or a debit memo via Standard Voucher Entry (P0411) without any discount, there may be a need to add a discount to it. When re-inquiring on the voucher or debit memo via P0411 and adding a discount to it, only the Foreign Discount Available field (CDS) is populated in the Supplier Ledger table (F0411). The domestic Discount Available field (alias ADSC) is incorrectly left blank/zero.

This causes issues later when posting a payment that includes the voucher or debit memo and the discount is taken in the payment. The post goes out of balance because R09801 cannot book the discount correctly to either the PKD or the PKL AAI account, due to the missing domestic discount available and taken values.

Note: this works correctly for discounts added to existing foreign currency invoices in Accounts Receivable.

STEPS TO REPRODUCE

  1. P0411:
    1. Create a PV for USD 12,000.00 for a CAD company, GL date 1/6/2021, exchange rate 1.3378. No discount.
  2. P0411: inquire on the PV and update its Discount Taken field with a value, e.g. 240.00. Click on OK to save the change.
  3. Either use P0411 or Databrowser to inquire on the updated record of the voucher from the F0411 table. Notice that the Foreign Disc Available (CDS) has been updated with 240.00, but the Domestic Disc Available (ADSC) has not been updated and is still blank/zero.

  

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Cause

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