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E1: 45: Override Price (Y/N) on Later Adjustment Invalidates G/L Class Code on Earlier Adjustment (Doc ID 2802273.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 25, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced Pricing - Sales - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Sales Update (R42800) does not use the G/L Class Code on the Price Adjustment Definition (P4071) to write journal entries for a Freight Adjustment if another adjustment that comes after it on the schedule has the Override Price (Y/N) checkbox (ABAS) checked. As a result when Sales Update (R42800) runs, there is no journal entry created for the Freight Adjustment.

The issue was reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. DMAAI 4270 Freight G/L Class Code points to account 1.11202.VMI
  2. DMAAI 4230 Freight G/L Class Code also points to account 1.11202.VMI
  3. In the Adjustment Schedule
    1. Freight Adjustment is sequence 30 in the schedule
    2. Adjustment name is setup to use G/L Class Code specifically for Freight Costs.
    3. Second Adjustment is sequence 80 in the schedule
    4. Second adjustment name has the Override Price (Y/N) checkbox (ABAS) checked
  4. Create a one line sales order and go to Price History (P4074)
  5. Freight adjustment is the first adjustment applied (sequence 30).
  6. The second adjustment is applied after Freight adjustment (sequence 80).
  7. Process the order through Sales Update (R42800)
    1. There was no entry created for G/L Freight account
  8. Return to the second adjustment name and uncheck the Override Price (Y/N) checkbox.
  9. Create a one line sales order 
  10. Process the order through Sales Update (R42800)
    1. There was a Journal Entry created for G/L account 1.11202.VMI for the adjustment HDFRT

Cause

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