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E1: 40G Grower Settlements (P40G100, P40G200, P40G300, and P40G310) Create Payment Voucher With Due Date Equal To Generation Date And Splits the Voucher Into Multiple Vouchers When Installments Are Set for Advance Interim and Final Settlement (Doc ID 2789010.1)

Last updated on JULY 06, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Grower Pricing and Payments - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When processing Grower Settlements for Advanced, Interim, and Final Settlement the Preview Voucher displays correctly but when processed results in splitting the voucher into multiple records equal to the number of Installments defined for the Advanced Payment Term. It also sets the Due Date to be the Voucher generation date when that date should be from the Due Date Rule.

Each step in the Settlement process should create just 1 Voucher according to the Installment related to that step in the process. It should not split the payment into multiple records and the Due Date of that Voucher should be based on the Due Date rule for that step of the process.


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Set P00045 Advanced Payment Term with 3 Installments. One for Advanced, one for Interim, and one for Final settlement.

2. Enter a Contract Harvest (P43C10 Enter/Change Contract Harvest)using the Advance Payment term defined in step 1.

3. Enter a Weigh Tag for that Contract Harvest (P40G94 Grower Operations)

4. In P40G200 Interim Settlements find the Contract Harvest and process for payment. Note the Preveiw Voucher appears correct. Click OK and then review the resulting P0411 Voucher records.

 

Changes

 This issue started after upgrade to Release 9.2 Up date 5.

Cause

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