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E1: 13: 17: Equipment IM Issues Error 0069 on Account with Post Edit Code L (P31113) (Doc ID 2972526.1)

Last updated on MAY 14, 2024

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.


When manually select the Expense Account for P31113 equipment material issues, the system errors when the account selected has post Edit Code L - Subledger & type required. Error: Posting Edit Code Does Not Allow Entry, Error ID 0069.

A form level error has occurred.
The posting edit code does not allow transactions to be posted to this account.


The posting edit code is defined for business units in the Business Unit Master file (F0006) using Single Business Unit Revisions or Job Master Setup. The posting edit is defined for accounts in the Account Master file (F0901) using G/L Account Structure programs and Job Cost Basic/Speed Budget Setup.

ER Details:
Form P31113_W31113A
Control Id 1
Control Title Grid
Event Row is Exit & Changed - Asynch
Line No 118
BSFN Details:
Source File b0000108.c
Source Line 110
Error ID 0069


  1. P0901 - Set the expense account defined in AAI 4124 as Post Edit Code I - Inactive account - No posting, so that users will manually select expense account at time of equipment issues. Set a unique expense account with Post Edit Code L - Subledger & type required.
  2. P48201 or equivalent - Enter an equipment work order and attach a parts list with stock components for issue.
  3. From G1317 - P31113 - Select the equipment work order number and report material issues against a manually selected expense account with post edit code L.
  4. System generates Error 0069: Posting Edit Code Does Not Allow Entry.




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