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E1: 43: Additional Fields to be Added to Voucher Match (P4314) and Logged Voucher Header Screen (P042002) for Tax (Doc ID 3027378.1)

Last updated on JUNE 07, 2024

Applies to:

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


Enhancement for additional fields to be added in Voucher Match (P0411/P4314) and Logged Voucher screens.

During matching of multiple lines there is sometimes an error like "0088 - Amount Does Not Balance to Gross" or "Tax amounts do not balance" on Voucher Match screen. Due to many lines on the voucher, it is sometimes difficult to find the line to correct.

In the case when we use logged vouchers re-distribution process in the form P4314|W4314A the values in the fields in the header like “Gross Amount”, “Tax”, “Taxable Amt.” do not calculate, but populate from logged voucher. Only the field “Remaining” shows the differences in Gross Amount between voucher and receipt. To adjust amounts it is required to know where exactly we have difference, in “Taxable Amount” or in “Tax Amount”.

The differences range from:

- many orders/lines of the receipts can be matched with the logged voucher;
- different rounding in the calculation of the taxes in invoice for Supplier and Company;
- different VAT parameters entered in voucher and order.

For this purpose, we ask to add few fields in the header the value where will be calculated based on the lines in the details:

1. Field “Taxable Amount (details)” – based on the field (APTD) in the grid.
2. Field “Tax Amount (details)” – based on the field (STA1) in the grid.
3. Field "Remaining Taxable Amount” – “Taxable Amount” (in the header) - “Taxable Amount (details)”
4. Field "Remaining Tax Amount” – “Tax” (in the header) - “Tax Amount (details)”

Print screen of the newly requested fields in Voucher Match (P4314) and Logged Vouchers:



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