E1: 42: Sales Invoices Created from EDI Sales Orders (R47011) Have a Rounding Difference with the Amounts Calculated with the Web Ordering System
(Doc ID 2869643.1)
Last updated on MAY 17, 2022
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne EDI - Version 9.2 and later
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Customers place their order on a website, with the VAT tax included in their price. The web orders are then extracted into a text file EDI Inbound Purchase Order Edit/Create (R47011) is used to process the orders in JD Edwards. When the order is created in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system there is often a small rounding difference, such as 0.01 Euro on the final Extended Amount after Tax.
The client has provided an example from their system.
- A customer creates a two-line sales order from a non-JD Edwards web ordering system.
- Line 1.000 Extended Amount is 7.00 including tax
- Line 2.000 Extended Amount is 49.00 including tax
- Order Total is 56.00 including tax
- The data from the web is extracted into a flat file and imported into the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne EDI tables.
- Client runs EDI Inbound Purchase Order Edit/Create (R47011)
- Line 1.000 Extended Amount is 5.83 without tax
- Line 2.000 Extended Amount is 40.83 without tax
- Total without tax is 46.66
- After Sales Order is created, customer finds and selects the order in Customer Service Inquiry (P4210)and takes the Row Exit to Online Invoice (P42230).
- The invoice Total after tax is added is 55.99 Euro instead of 56.00 Euro.
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