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E1: 51: Entering Budgets - Budget Original (P510121) - Revised Budget (P510171) (FAQ) (Doc ID 644172.1)

Last updated on JULY 17, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Project Costing - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document will help answer some frequently asked questions about the Budget Original (P510121).

Questions and Answers

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Questions and Answers
 Question 1:  Why is the  original budget amount/unit field disabled when trying to enter original budget amounts or units when using the Original Budget Entry program (P510121)?
 Question 2:  Why doesn’t the system display the grid information for Excel when using the Firefox browser?
 Question 3:  Is there a processing option that will validate the cost type in the Original Budget P510121?
 Question 4:  Why does the application error when an account with a Posting Edit Code (PEC) is "N" is added?
 Question 5:  Can the budget be deleted?
 Question 6:  Can a budget be locked?
 Question 7:  What happens when an amount is put into both the Original Budget and the Revised Budget?
 Question 8:  Do budgets roll forward to the next year?
 Question 9:  Is there an option to not roll the budgets if they have already been created in the next year?
 Question 10:  Is there any way to use the budget created in Job Cost when entering a purchase order?
 Question 11:  The current system does not require the JA Ledger to Balance.  Would it cause problems to change the JA Ledger to require balancing?
 Question 12:  Does Job Cost (or any other module in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne) include functionality to firmly prevent jobs from going over budget?
 Question 13:  What files are updated when using the Original Budget P510121 and Job Budget Revisions P510171 programs?
 Question 14:  Why does the error message 179P "Posting Edit Code = N is Invalid"  display when using the Original Budget P510121 to change the Posting Edit Code (PEC)?
 Question 15:  When revenue amounts are entered on Original Budget Entry (P510121) or the Budget Revisions (P510171), does the amount have to be entered as a negative amount (credit balance)?
 Question 16:  What is the best  way to lock/unlock a a budget and make changes to the Budget?
 Question 17:  When entering a budget revision for a specific date, why does the date in the header always change to the end of the period?
 Question 18: Can batch security be added to the batch that is created when updating revised budgets in P510171?
 Question 19: Why does the HA ledger not get updated when a prior year budget is updated?
 Question 20:  How to enter subledger information in Original Budgets (P510121)?
 Question 21:  How can a  miscellaneous Budget Ledgers be included or not included the JA Budget?
 Question 22:  The Revise Budget field is grayed out and needs to be changed to allow the JA ledger to be included in the Revise Budget.  How can this field be updated?
 Question 22:  Why doesn't the Original Budget and Revise Budget's Business Functions allow for the AU and F% to be updated ?  B5100011 has code the doesn't allow the updating of these ledgers.
 Question 23:  Are there any KM documents that help with the standard import functionality?
 Question 24:  Budget Revisions (P510171) displays the records sorted by Cost Code/Cost Type. Is it possible to display them sorted by Description?
 Question 25: When adding Budgets (JA Ledger) by the Sub-ledger the HA ledger doesn't get updated by sub-ledger and the following is observed?
 Question 26:  Why are we getting a JAS error in P51006/P510121/P510121?
 Question 27:  What are the options to lock the Original Budget (GLBORG)?
 Question 28  Why does the R51091 - Copy Accounts display duplicate records messages in the logs and takes many hours to complete and has to be run many times to copy accounts from one job to another? 

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