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E1: 74S: Work With C & V Operations Does Not Display Transactions by Operation Type Correctly (P74S349) (Doc ID 2808627.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 22, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When trying to filter transactions by Operation Type (SOPE) in Work With C & V Operations (P74S349), the results are incorrect:
- Some transactions are displayed in an incorrect category (e.g. Vouchers are listed as “Services Provided”
- Some transactions are not listed at all (while being displayed when no filer is set)

Steps
1. Enable Spanish Localization
2. In Tax Rate/ Areas (P4008) set two Tax Rates: SVIT, GVIT
3. In Tax Rate Area And Transaction Type mapping (P740018A), set GVIT with Transaction Type G – Goods and SVIT with Transaction Type S - Services
4. In Standard Voucher Entry (P0411), enter two Vouchers: One with Tax Rate GVIT and one with Tax Rate SVIT
5. Post the Voucher batch
6. From Work with Customer Ledger Inquiry (P03B2002), enter two Invoices with Taxes: One with Tax Rate GVIT and one with Tax Rate SVIT
7. Post the Invoice batch
8. Run Model 349 - Generate Sales Records - Spain - 03B (R74S210); for troubleshooting purposes, the Regeneration > Regeneration Info can be set to 1 for this run
9. Run Model 349 - Generate Acquisitions Records - Spain - 03B (R74S200); Processing Option Regeneration > Regeneration Info should be blank for this run
10. Review the data in Model 349 - File Maintenance - Spain (P74S349). Verify the following:
- All transactions are listed in the All tab (correct)
- Some transactions are displayed in an incorrect category (e.g. Vouchers are listed as “Services Provided” (INCORRECT)
- Some transactions are not displayed in any other category (INCORRECT)

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Cause

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