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E1:43:If Purchase Order Has Multiple Lines and Received Each Lines With Different Exchange Rates, Incorrect Exchange Rate Used on the Account Ledger(F0911) When Using Disposition in Receipt Routing (P43250) (Doc ID 2879920.1)

Last updated on JUNE 29, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

The customer creates a foreign currency purchase order with multiple detail lines in the Purchase Order Entry(P4310), and received each lines with different exchange rates in the Purchase Order Receipt(P4312) with activating the Receipt Route. In the the Receipt Routing (P43250) if using the Disposition (P43253) , the system always uses the currency exchange rate(Data Item:CRR) of the 1st line in the Purchase Order Receiver File(F43121) of the order on the Account Ledger(F0911).

STEP;

  1. Set Receipt Routing Definition (P43091).
  2. Set the route code for a supplier in the Supplier/Item Information (P43090) application.
  3. Enter a foreign purchase order with 3 detail line in the Purchase Order Entry(P4310).
  4. Set '1' to the processing option "11. Receipt Routing" under the Process tab of the Purchase Order Receipt(P4312).In the P4312, receive the 1st line with exchange rate 110.58
  5. Open P4312 again and receive the 2nd line with exchange rate 112.00 which is different from the 1st line.
  6. Go to the Receipt Routing (P43250) and query the purchase order.
  7. Select the 2nd line and select Row > Disposition.
  8. Scrap items.
  9. Check generated the Account Ledger(F0911) records. The exchange rate is 110.58, but it was expected as 112.00.

Cause

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