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E1: UPGTC: Running Table Conversions Locally and Issues With Data In QNTY and QTYINV Columns of Tables Being Multiplied (Doc ID 664530.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 11, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Running Table Conversions locally on the deployment server for an upgrade to EnterpriseOne and the data in the QNTY or QTYINV column of the tables is being multiplied.
Open UTB and then open remote TAM and point to \planner\spec and \DV920\spec (or whatever pathcode you are running the TCs for) and then open the dddict.xdb file and search on QNTY or QTYINV and can see in the nDispDecimals column that the number is not 0.

By default we ship this value as a "0". Some clients choose to change that value in the previous EnterpriseOne application release and that is brought over to the new data dictionary, but somehow the local spec on the deployment server is getting updated with this as well. When you run TCs locally on the deployment server, it is looking at the pathcode\spec.


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