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E1: 43: R43800 - Evaluated Receipt Creating Multiple Vouchers For Same Purchase Order (Doc ID 2853504.1)

Last updated on JULY 06, 2022

Applies to:

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


When running R43800 - Evaluated Receipt calling R470412 - EDI Inbound Invoice/Match it appears to be creating multiple vouchers for the same purchase order with partial receipts regardless of R43800 processing option set up.
For example customer has order for 2 lines, 2 items and 3 different partial receipts are created for both lines, with each of the 3 different receipts having different Receipt Date and G/L Date combinations.
This results in the creation of 5 different vouchers, 1 for 1 of the receipts and 4 for the other 2 receipts.
This appears regardless of R43800 processing being set to use receipt date as invoice date (2 different dates) or using today's date as invoice date or even Receipt Summary Method = 2 = By Invoice

Steps to Duplicate:
1) Enter PO with 2 lines, 2 item, 3 EA for each item , Order Date: 03/03/22
2) P4312 enter 3 partial receipts with varying receipt and G/L date
Receipt #1: Receipt Date: 03/04/22, G/L Date: 03/05/22
Receipt #2: Receipt and G/L Date: 03/05/22
Receipt #3: Receipt and G/L Date: 03/04/22
3) Set R43800 processing options
#2. G/L Date Defaults = Blank = Use Receipt Date
#3. G/L Date = Blank = Use the date based on the G/L Date Defaults processing option
#4. Receipt Summary Method = 2 = By Invoice
#5. Invoice Date Defaults = Blank = Use Receipt Date
4) Run R43800/R470412 selecting on order number
5) Based on R43800 processing options there are 2 Invoice dates, yet 5 different voucher are created



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