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E1: 13: 17: P17730 Part List Incorrect Domestic Currency Conversion For Estimated Cost (Doc ID 2856613.1)

Last updated on MARCH 17, 2022

Applies to:

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


P17730 Work Order Parts List Revisions is incorrectly calculating the
domestic currency conversion for Estimated Cost (F3111.EA), if the supplier
currency is different from domestic (company) currency.

Steps To Duplicate:

1. In P01012 Work With Addresses, select one supplier and take the row exit
to A/P. P0412 Supplier Master Revision opens. Set the Default Code and A/B
Amount Code to EUR.
2. Have one purchased item defined for this test. Go to P41061 Work With
Supplier Catalogs press Add. Supplier Catalog Revisions opens. In Branch M30,
add a record for the supplier at step (1.) and the purchase item: unit price
= 501 EUR. Save the record.
3. Be sure that M30 in company 00200 has the domestic currency set as USD.
4. In P0015A Work with Currency Exchange Rates set a rate like this: 1 EUR =
1.5 * USD (EUR is stronger than USD).
5. In P48201 ZJDE0002 Work With Work Orders create a new SV order in M30.
Note down the new document number.
6. Find the new SV order in P48201 ZJDE0002 and take the row exit to Parts
7. P17730 Work Order Parts List Revisions opens. Add a new line with the
above item and fill in also the supplier with the above. Tab down.
8. Notice the Estimated Cost (F3111.EA) is calculated by the system. This is
coming from F41061 for the item and supplier combination and is 501 EUR that
needs to be converted in M30 domestic USD.
The expected value is 501 EUR *1.5=751.5 USD. Instead, the system populated
the value 334 (USD). It looks like it divides instead of multiplying. 501 EUR
/1.5=334 USD (incorrect, as there should be a multiplication, EUR is stronger
than USD).




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