E1: 09/43: Need to Reconcile Voucher and PO Receipt 'Reversals' for RNV Account in R09150 G/L Account Reconciliation
(Doc ID 2769244.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 16, 2022
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne General Ledger - Version 9.2 and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Bug 31322201 - R09150 Does Not Reconcile Voided Logged Vouchers was reported and fixed to correct the reporting of voided logged Vouchers. However, Bug 31322201 did not correct printing RNV records for reversals when the Reconciled Code (RCND) is updated with an R - Reconciled One for One Match in the Account Ledger (F0911).
Steps taken when reversing the voucher and P.O. Receipt:
1. Create a PO in P4310
2. Receive the PO in P4312
3. Post the receipt batch
4. Match the PO from P4314
5. Post the voucher batch
6. Run R09130 Account Refresh for the RNV account and R09150 to reconcile (would reconcile the batch from step 3 and step 5 in the RNV account)
7. Reverse the voucher from P4314
8. Repost the voucher batch
9. Reverse the receipt from P43214
10. Post the receipt batch
11. Run R09130 Account Refresh for the RNV account and then run R09150 G/L Account
When running the R09150, the following processing options need to be defined:
1. Type of Account to Reconcile = 4
1 - A/R Trade
2 - A/P Trade
3 - Voucher Logging
4 - Received Not Vouchered
5 - Performance Liability
1. Reconciled Code = R
1. Report Output = 3
1 - No Reconciliation Detail (Default)
2 - Summarized Report
3 - Detailed Report
The field RCND - Reconciled Code is populated with an R for both the OV and PV document types created for the RNV account number. Example from the F0911:
Doc Doc Batch Btch Account
Ty Number Number Ty Number Amount RCND Reconciled Field
--- -------- -------- ----- ---------------- --------- ---------------------
OV 3819 75446 O 1.4111.IN30 -1001.00 R
PV 5664 75448 V 1.4111.IN30 1001.00 R
The R09150 should display both of the entries from the F0911/F0911R tables above.
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