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E1: 15: FAQ - Escalations in JD Edwards Real Estate Management (Doc ID 636198.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 17, 2018

Applies to:

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

Purpose

This document includes a variety of frequently asked questions on the Escalations functionality in the Real Estate module.

Questions and Answers

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Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1:   What is the Escalation Generation Date?
 Question 2:  How is Processing Option 1: Override Start Date on the Select tab of Escalation Billing Generation (R15150) used?
 Question 3:  Does the escalation functionality calculate the increased rent above the base rent and put only this increase into Recurring Billing?
 Question 4:  How can the creation of catch-up billings be omitted?
 Question 5:  Why does Escalation Update Without Post (R15152) generate a calculation on escalation lines that are suspended?
 Question 6:  How can the invoice number that is generated be changed to prevent the error that the invoice number already exists for AR or AP?
 Question 7:  How should the Next Month and Next Year fields in Escalation Information (P15016) be populated to calculate for the desired month?
 Question 8:  Can an escalation index be defined to calculate a 5% increase each year?
 Question 9:  Can Escalations create Bill Type A (accrual) entries in Recurring Billing?
 Question 10:  Can Escalations be run over a term of 24 months?
 Question 11:  Is it possible to set up different Indices?
 Question 12:  Is it possible to set up the Actual and Estimated Escalation and Rent Bill with the Same value?
 Question 13:  Is it possible to increase the rental with CPI escalation annually by incremental 1%?
  Question 14:  Does proration work with billing frequencies other than monthly in Escalation Generation (R15150)?
  Question 15:  What other options exist to increase Recurring Billing with a flat amount other than Escalation Generation (R15150)?
  Question 16: Escalation Generation  (R15150) created catch up invoices when generated.  The escalations are also included in the recurring billing line.  They only want the invoice from Recurring Billing to be generated and not the catch up invoice.   How can this be resolved?

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