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E1: 09: The "Codice Valuta" (Currency Code) and "Per fine TI 2" (LT2 Thru Date) Fields Should Be Fully Visible on P09210A Trial Balance/Ledger Comparison Application when Opening It in Italian Language (Doc ID 2997940.1)

Last updated on APRIL 29, 2024

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne General Ledger - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When setting on the P0092 User Profile Revisions the Language = I Italian and opening the P09210A Confronto bilancio di verifica/mastri application (Trial Balance/Ledger Comparison), notice that on the header of the form the "Codice Valuta" (Currency Code) and "Per fine TI 2" (LT2 Thru Date) fields are not fully visible, and there is an unexpected dot displayed under the Main Menu, on the grey zone.

Steps:

  1. On a multi-currency environment, go to P0092 User Profile Revisions and check that the Language = blank for the user and Localization Country Code = blank.
  2. Go to P09210A Trial Balance/Ledger Comparison and check that all the fields from the header are completely visible, including the “Currency Code” and “LT 2 Thru Period” fields.
  3. Go to P0092 User Profile Revisions and change the Language to Italian, then logout and login again.
  4. After connecting again to the multi-currency environment, by having on User Profile the Language = I Italian, when going to P09210A Confronto bilancio di verifica/mastri application (Trial Balance/Ledger Comparison), notice that on the header of the form the "Codice Valuta" (Currency Code) and "Per fine TI 2" (LT2 Thru Date) fields are not fully visible, and there is an additional dot displayed under the Main Menu, on the grey zone.

Changes

 

Cause

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