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E1: 43: Account Number is Invalid (043C) Error on Direct Ship (OD) EDI Receipt (R47071) (Doc ID 2835363.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 21, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Processing - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


EDI Receiving Advice Edit/Create - Purchasing (R47071) attempts to update the wrong account and returns the following error:

Account Number XXXX.XXXX is Invalid (043C)
CAUSE . . . . XXXX.XXXX does not exist in the Account Master file (F0901).
RESOLUTION. . Enter the correct account number.

The client reproduced the issue with the following steps:

  1. Item Cost (P4105) has Sales/Inventory Cost Method = 07 Standard Cost
    1. Standard Cost is set to $7.38
  2. Direct Ship (SD/OD) order was created on 12/29/2021.
    1. Sales Order (SD) Cost is $7.38
    2. Purchase Order (OD) Cost is $7.38
  3. Standard Cost was changed in Item Cost (P4105) from $7.38 to $11.31
  4. Sales Order Batch Price/Cost (R42950) was run with processing option set to update cost on 1/3/2022
    1. Cost on the SD Sales order was updated from $7.38 to $11.31
    2. Cost on OD Purchase Order remained unchanged at $7.38 because Sales Order Batch Price/Cost (R42950) does not update purchase orders.
  5. DMAAI 4335 (Standard Cost Variance) is set for the OD purchase Order
  6. Flex Accounting set to Flex in the Business Unit as Category Code 10 from the Item Branch Record (F4102)
    1. In this case the expected Standard Cost Variance Account would be YYYY.XXXX
  7. The client creates the PO Receipt for the OD with EDI Receiving Advice Edit/Create - Purchasing (R47071) using data sent by the Supplier
    1. The supplier leaves the Cost field blank as they are not aware that the cost was changed from $7.38 to $11.31
    2. The EDI transaction fails and sends an “Account Number XXX.XXXX is Invalid” (043C) to the work center
  8. The client expects AAI 4335 to be used with flex accounting because the purchase order unit cost of $7.38 is not equal to the standard cost which was changed to $11.31.


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