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E1: 01: FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions on Parent Child Relationships (P0150/P01501/P02150) (Doc ID 660087.1)

Last updated on JULY 09, 2020

Applies to:

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

Purpose

This document answers some frequently asked questions on parent/child organizational structures

Questions and Answers

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Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1: Which table is used to store the Parent/Child Relationship (field PA8)?
 Question 2: Is there another table other than the Address Organization Structure Master table (F0150) that lists all of the grandfather records in Parent/Child relationships?
 Question 3: In JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, how does the user get from an Address Book Master record (P01012) directly into the Parent Structure application (P0150)?
 Question 4: What does the Enhanced Parent/Child relationship application (P01501) do?
 Question 5: How is the structure type used in Parent/Child relationships for Address Book?
 Question 6: If parent and child/children have multiple currencies, how does that affect the Vouchered Year-To-Date (YTD) amount of the parent in the Supplier Master table (F0401)?
 Question 7: Which table is used to store the Enhanced Parent/Child Relationships?
 Question 8: In the enhanced parent/child relationship application (P01501), can a child belong to multiple parents?
 Question 9: Why is system not adding records in F98840 table, using P02150 application and selecting Form Exit - Revise Parent?
 Question 10: Can credit checking be done at the Grandparent level - i.e Credit Limit checking done at level of Parent A in the following setup: A is parent of B, B is parent for C?
 Question 11: In Address Parent/Child Revisions (P0150), why is error “Invalid Threshold Amount” triggered, and is there a workaround?
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