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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:

  1. Set a supplier with foreign currency EUR (base currency for the company used is USD).
  2. Ensure the supplier has Service Provider and Supplier SWM Address Book records.
  3. Set the processing options for the P17710 to Enable the application functionalities related to: 2 = Recovery Managers
  4. Add a Supplier Recovery Claim (P1779) using the supplier set above.
  5. After creating the Supplier Recovery Claim, take the row exit to Parts Detail.
  6. Enter Foreign Estimated Billable Unit Rate (FESUNB) with 4 decimals and tab down.
  7. The system rounds the value to 2 decimal places.
  8. 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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