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E1: 43: P4310 Purchase Order Entry Enhancement Request to Allow Order Date to be Changed Which is Currently Blocked By Currency Conversion (Doc ID 2860673.1)

Last updated on APRIL 08, 2022

Applies to:

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


By current design the P4310 Purchase Order Entry locks the Order Date field (TRQJ) when there is a conversion from the Base to Foreign currency. Since the conversion rate is determined based on the Order Date it is requested that an option be available to unlock the field and allow re-pricing of the order based on new date.

The current design is documented here: Document ID 1128793.1 - E1: 43: Purchase Order Entry (P4310) FAQ

Question 2 - Why is it not possible to change the Order Date (TRDJ) field on the Purchase Order header?

Answer 2 - Normally, it is possible to change the Order Date field. However, when there is an exchange rate populated on the PO header, the system will not allow a user to edit the Order Date field. This is because the Order Date was used to calculate the exchange rate when the order was entered.

Therefore, if the transaction currency is different from the base currency, or if it is the same but there is an exchange rate of 1 defined in P0015A for this currency, the Order Date field is disabled.




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