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E1: 13: 17: Update PM Schedule (R12807) Uses G/L Category Codes from Contract Services (F1725) Rather Than the Codes in the Model Work Order (P13714 or P17714) (Doc ID 2817968.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 28, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Capital Asset Management - Version 9.2 and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Service Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When Update PM Schedule (R12807) creates an assigned Work Order, the system will use the Covered/Non-covered G/L Category codes (GLCCV and GLCNC) from Service Contract Services (F1725) even though different codes are used in the model Work Order.

Steps:
1. Create a Model Work Order with specific values in Covered/Non-covered G/L Category codes (GLCCV and GLCNC) (i.e. IN20/IN30)
2. For Service Type 2, use different values in Covered/Non-covered G/L Category codes (i.e. CS10/CS20) in Work With Contract Services (P1725).
3. In the Maintenance Rules (P1393), use Work Order Type 2 for a Service Type.
4. Create a PM Schedule (P1207) using the model Work Order from step 1 and the Service Type from step 3.
5. Run Update PM Schedule (R12807) such that the maintenance schedule comes due and creates an assigned Work Order.
6. Inquire on the assigned Work Order (P13700/P13714); notice that the system defaulted the Covered/Non-covered G/L Category codes from the Service Contract Services (F1725) and note the model Work Order.


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