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E1: 09: Currency Restatement Report (R11414A) Is Not Calculating The Right Amounts In YTD Processing When PBC Is Switched On (Doc ID 2834453.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2022

Applies to:

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


When Currency Restatement (R11414A) is run in YTD mode the report is not calculating the right amounts in Account Balances table (F0902) for some accounts. Report works fine when run in Period mode.

Steps to replicate:

1. In Work With Companies (P0010)- make sure to have a company with Post by Balance currency switched on. (A polish company in our case with currency code PLN);

2. Use AA as main ledger, UF as adjustment ledger, UG ledger as a consolidation ledger. Ledgers are created in P0025;

3. Setup Review and Revise Company Conversion Computations (P1114) for the UG ledger to include AA and UF ledger;

4. Enter journal entries for AA and UF ledger for a new created account that it is the subsidiary of retained earning account (However this is not the retained earning account/GLG4 account);

5. Run Currency Restatement (R11414A) with “1.Period or YTD Processing” = 1 for period 12 and year 2021 where ledgers AA+UF should determine UG ledger;

6. For this period it is successful;

7. Now run Annual Close Report (R098201) for FY 2021 for the Polish company 70000 for AA and UF ledger;

8. Make journal entries in Period 3, FY 2021 for the account;

9. Run R11414A with the processing option “1.Period or YTD Processing” = 1 for Restatement Period =3 and Restatement Year on 22. Open F0902 for the account Notice that period 3 updates correctly, but period 1 for UG ledger is not updated correctly

To see how R11414A should populate period 1 of FY 2022 correctly, please run the report with the processing option “1. Period or YTD Processing”= Blank = Period processing for Restatement Period =1 and Restatement Year =22


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