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E1: 41: GL Class Code Update On Cardex (F4111.GLPT) by Shipment Confirmation (P4205) for Intercompany Orders (Doc ID 2784126.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 12, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

After upgrading from 8.12 to 9.2 Shipment Confirmation (P4205) updates the Item Ledger G/L Class Code (F4111.GLPT) on Intercompany Sales Orders using the G/L Class Code from the Item Location record of the Header (Selling) Branch (F41021.GLPT).

In 8.12 before the upgrade, Shipment Confirmation (P4205) updated the Item Ledger G/L Class Code (F4111.GLPT) on Intercompany Sales Orders using the G/L Class Code from the Item Location record of the Detail (Shipping) Branch (F41021.GLPT).

This is causing a problem with an Inventory Reconciliation Report that uses the Item As Of (F41112) table, which is using a different G/L Class Code for Intercompany shipments than shipments from other order types.

The issue was verified with the following steps:

  1. Check Item Ledger (F4111) records created by Ship Confirm (P4205) in 9.2 AFTER the conversion:
    1. The G/L Class Code on the Item Ledger (F4111.GLPT) is populated with the value which came from the Item Location (F41021) Record in the Header Branch Plant
  2. Check Item Ledger (F4111) records created by Ship Confirm (P4205) in 8.12 BEFORE the conversion
    1. The G/L Class Code on the Item Ledger (F4111.GLPT) is populated with the value from the Item Location (F41021) Record in the Detail Branch Plant
  3. Check Sales Order in the Sales Detail (F42119) which was updated by 8.12 before the conversion
    1. The G/L Class Code (F42119.GLC) was populated with the value from the Header Branch
    2. The G/L Class Code on the Sales Order (F42119.GLC) from the Header Branch was different than the G/L Class Code from the Detail Branch on the Item Ledger (F4111.GLPT)

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