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E1: 09: Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Company Names and Numbers (P0010) (Doc ID 664721.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2023

Applies to:

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


This document provides answers to frequently asked questions on Company Names and Numbers (P0010).

Questions and Answers

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Questions and Answers
 Question 1: After selecting "Allow PBCO Postings" or reopening the period, it still throws "Date Is in this Yr but Prior Mth (PBCO)" error. Why?
 Question 2: Why is Currency Conversion F0010 CRYR field populated with a 'Y' or 'Z' for base company but as 'N' for the rest of the companies in a multicurrency environment?
 Question 3: Is there a new way to clear the cache?
 Question 4: Is it okay to change an existing address book associated with the company in Company Constants (P0010)?
 Question 5: Does changing one company’s period number in the Company Numbers and Names (F0010) affect a different company’s period activity?
 Question 6: Can the Accounts Payable or Accounts Receivable period number be a period number before the General Accounting period number?
 Question 7: Can a Company name be changed after transactions have been entered?
 Question 8: Date pattern (P0008) had been set up with more than 12 periods, however, only 12 periods show when viewing the Detailed Budget by Account (P14101), why does this not show all periods?
 Question 9: What is the use/purpose of the Company value (CO) that is part of the required setup of records in the Company Names and Numbers program (P0010)? 
 Question 10: Is it possible to use alpha characters in the Company value (CO) in Company Names & Numbers program (P0010)?
 Question 11: Does EnterpriseOne provide functionality to upload Date Patterns?

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