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E1: 43: New Lines Added at Voucher Match (P0411/P4314) in Procurement (Doc ID 625563.1)

Last updated on MARCH 26, 2024

Applies to:

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



The attached article scope is to outline the required processing option setup behind Voucher Match (P0411/P4314) program for adding new lines at the time of Voucher Match (P0411/P4314). Also, the document provides an example for showing a new line being added back to the original Purchase Order upon completion of the voucher match step.




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In this Document
 Processing Options
 Example of New Line Added at Time of Voucher Match
 Frequently Asked Question
 Question 1: Currently customer is writing lines that are added in voucher match back to the purchase order.  However, they are wondering if this is really necessary. Would it cause problems to change at this point? Is there a standard process? Is there a reason that I would want to write the detail back to the PO?
 Question 2: When attempting to use Option 4 to add four additional PO lines at Voucher Match (P4314), the error Maximum Value exceeded for line number (152B) is displayed. Why does this occur and how can it be resolved?
 Question 3: When a line is added to a Purchase Order in Voucher Match (P4314), is there anything to differentiate that line as added by Voucher Match so it can be filtered out of reports?
 Question 4: When manually adding a voucher and adding a detail line using Match Processing (MAPR) code of 4 - Create New Order Line, why is no Voucher Number is writing to the F43121?
 Question 5: The  processing option for New Order Line is set to a value of 1, Do Not create.  There is no F4311 record created, but a record is created in the F43121 table for the added line.  Is this correct?

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