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E1: 52: FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions on Coexistence in Contract and Service Billing (Doc ID 627932.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Contract and Service Billing - Version 8.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The Purpose of this Document is to Answer Frequently Asked Questions on Coexistence in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and JD Edwards World Contract and Service Billing

Questions and Answers

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Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1:  Can F09UI005 (Tax Offsets User Index) be created in EnterpriseOne even if client is using Service Billing in World? Search over files found nothing indicating it contradicts with Service Billing. Issues found were when users had posting problems the F09UI005 had to be regenerated.
 Question 2:  EnterpriseOne Service Billing - does it require that EnterpriseOne AR be used or the existing World AR on a coexistant system? Client wants to control how the F0311 is updated. Wants to run A/R for Service Billing in EnterpriseOne but only wants the Enterprise World F0311 to be updated. How can this be done?
 Question 3:  Can Contract Service Billing EnterpriseOne be coexistent with Enterprise World?
 Question 4:  Our CSMS module is from the EnterpriseOne (OneWorld) Xe environment. Can we execute the Service Billing invoice generation function in the Enterprise World environment? Our A/R and G/L modules are in Enterprise World and are accessing the same database.
 Question 5: Coexistent client  is not able to create a work file  (P4812) in Service Billing.    They are using JD Edwards World AR and want to process records through EnterpriseOne Service Billing.  Service Billing has never been generated in JD Edwards World.
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