E1: 17: Foreign Estimated Billable Unit Rate (FESUNB) Is Rounded Incorrectly in Supplier Recovery Parts Detail (P17710)
(Doc ID 2798192.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 08, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Service Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When adding a foreign unit price (FESUNB) with 4 decimals in Supplier Recovery Parts Detail (P17710), the unit rate it's changed to 2 decimals automatically after tabbing down the line. When re inquiry on the recovery claim and take row exit to the Parts Detail (P17710), note that the unit rate displays with 4 decimals, but not the correct ones.
For a recovery claim in domestic currency, the Estimated Unit Billable (ESUNB) is correctly retained with all 4 decimals entered.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
- Set a supplier with foreign currency EUR (base currency for the company used is USD).
- Ensure the supplier has Service Provider and Supplier SWM Address Book records.
- Set the processing options for the P17710 to Enable the application functionalities related to: 2 = Recovery Managers
- Add a Supplier Recovery Claim (P1779) using the supplier set above.
- After creating the Supplier Recovery Claim, take the row exit to Parts Detail.
- Enter Foreign Estimated Billable Unit Rate (FESUNB) with 4 decimals and tab down.
- The system rounds the value to 2 decimal places.
- Re inquiry on the recovery claim and take row exit to the Parts Detail, P17710. The unit rate displays with 4 decimals, but not the correct ones.
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