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E1: 38: Price Adjustment Incorrectly Applied Against Sales Agreement Price (Doc ID 2773594.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 13, 2023

Applies to:

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


After upgrading from 9.1 to 9.2 when an agreement price is found and selected during sales order entry, the price adjustment gets applied against the sales agreement price.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. Setup a Price Adjustment for a specific Customer and Item Basis Code 2 (% of Current Net Price), Factor Value 38.05%.
  2. Put the price adjustment in a schedule.
  3. Setup an Agreement (P38010) for the specific Customer and Item in a particular Branch plant with a price of 35.17.
  4. In the SO Entry (P4210) Version, Process Tab Option #8 (Agreement Processing) is set to 2 (User must select agreement)
  5. In Sales Order Entry (P4210) enter the Customer, Branch Plant and Item with the agreement and edit the line.
  6. Item is configured item. On configuration screen, click Add to Order.
  7. The price comes in as 383.98 from the Advanced Pricing Adjustments, but the green checkmark appears to indicate an agreement was found.
  8. Take the Row Exit to Select Agreement.
  9. The agreement appears in the Agreement Selected Window with a price of 350.17. Select the Agreement.
  10. When the Sales Order Revisions screen appears the Agreement Price of 350.17 has replaced the original price of 383.98.
  11. Click on the next line and the price changes from the Agreement Price of 350.17 to 133.24
  12. Take Row Exit to Price History.
  13. Price History shows that the Price Adjustment LVDS003 of 38.05% was applied to the Agreement Price of 350.17 to calculate a price adjustment of 133.239. The agreement price should be selected as is and the price adjustment should not be applied against the agreement price.
  14. Retested the issue with a non-configured item and the same problem occurs.


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