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