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E1: 12: Mass Disposal (R12104) Doubles The Disposal Amount When Posting to Fixed Assets/Doesn't Post voids to the F1202 File (Doc ID 2784729.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 17, 2023

Applies to:

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


When an asset is disposed of via Mass Disposals (R12104) without setting R09801 to call R12800, the F1202 table is updated immediately and the disposal (Z batch) appears in Revised Unposted Entries (P12102).  After manually disposing of the Z batch entries, the disposal amounts are doubled on the F1202 table.

For comparison, when an asset is disposed via Single Asset Disposal (P12105), no disposal (Z batch) records appear in P12102, so the F1202 amounts are not doubled. 

Also, tested this with R12104 set to call R09801 which was set to call R12800, and the disposal amounts were still doubled on the F1202.

This correction also corrects the issue if the asset is disposed of and then the disposal has been voided the system was not posting the voided F0911 records to the F1202 file.  With this correction, the system is now updating the F1202 file correctly.


  1. Dispose of asset via R12104. Leave the Post to Fixed Assets (R12800) processing option on the General Ledger Post (R09801) blank so that the disposal entries do not auto-post to Fixed Assets.
  2. Check F1202 data and see disposal amount is correct.
  3. Go to P12102 and post the disposal entries to Fixed Assets.
  4. Check the F1202 and see disposal amounts are now doubled.


Members Affected - Mass Asset Disposals - R12104

Before the fix, the F1202 was getting updated and posted to before the batch was posted.

After the fix, changes are made to the system such that the amounts will be posted to the F1202 file only when the batch has been posted.




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