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E1: 43: P4310 Issues PBCO Error During Cancel Order If The G/L Date Of The Order Is In The Prior Period. (Doc ID 2822123.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 17, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When cancelling order the Purchase Order Entry (P4310) issues  PBCO (Post Before Cut Off) warning or error message if the G/L date(DGL) of the order is in the prior period.
If canceling line, the P4310 does not issue PBCO error. Also if cancel date is populated to the order, the P4310 does not issue PBCO error regardless of the G/L date.


  1. Set Allow PBCO to N in the General Accounting Constants (P0000)
  2. Set the processing option "2. PBCO Warning" as Blank(Issue warning)" under Interface tab in P4310
  3. Set the processing option "12. Cancel Date" as Blank(Retain cancel date in PO Detail line)" in P4310
  4. In the Company Setup (P0010), see the current period is Jun 2021.
  5. Query a purchase order with G/L date 01/01/2021(prior period) in P4310, and click Ok
  6. Select Form > Cancel Order
  7. PBCO error happens
  8. If select Row > Cancel Line to the same PO line, then successfully cancelled without any error.
  9. Otherwise, if the purchase order has a value in cancel date (CNDJ) field, the P4310 does not issue PBCO error while cancelling order.



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