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E1: 09: FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Consolidations in EnterpriseOne (P09218, R10862) (Doc ID 664724.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 13, 2019

Applies to:

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


This document provides frequently asked questions regarding Consolidations In EnterpriseOne.

Questions and Answers

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Questions and Answers
 General Questions
 Question 1: What are advantages and disadvantages of online consolidations?
 Question 2: What are advantages and disadvantages of high-volume consolidations?
 Question 3: When I submit the R10862, I get the error message “Acct. Balances exist – run Delete program” but I've already submitted the R10861.  Why am I getting this error message?
 Question 4: Which E1 report can be used to verify the General Ledger Period Balance in the P09218?
 Question 5:  Why when selecting only the BA in Ledger Type 1 and AA in Ledger Type 2, P09218 is adding the JA to the BA appearing to create an increased budget, while the P512000 inquires over the same MCU and OBJ appears to subtract the PA from BA.  Example: the BA for FY12 is $50K. There is an encumbered PO rolled over from FY11 for $8K for that account. The online consolidation is showing the sum of the BA and encumbered PO for a total of $58K, when the there is only the $50K budgeted (the PO should come from this years budget).
 Question 6:  Refresh Consolidation R10862 is submitted for multiple business units with different BU type (IS and BS). Upon completion, system created a fictitious BU with BU type as BS. What is the program logic used to determine the BU type of the consolidated BU?
 Question 7: After running Delete Prior Consolidation R10861, shouldn't system also delete the consolidated BUs from F0006?

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