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WS: FIN: New Processing Option Prohibits Changes to Company Numbers and Names (P00105) in Release A9.3 (Doc ID 1506283.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 14, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards World General Ledger - Version A9.3 and later
JD Edwards World Accounts Payable - Version A9.3 and later
JD Edwards World Accounts Receivable - Version A9.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Beginning with release A9.3, the Company Numbers and Names program (P00105) provides the following processing option to prohibit users from updating period information by system:


When you first upgrade to A9.3, the processing option is set to 1 for all systems, which prevents you from updating the period number. Users may be presented with an Input Error pop up window when they attempt to type anything in the V00105: "Cursor in protected area of display."

Depending on how the menu is setup, you might be able to use F18 to prompt the program to display the processing options so that you can change them.

If, when you press F18, the system displays the Versions List, you can use Option 1 (Run) next to version ZJDE0001, which is the version associated with the menu, and change the settings. 
Alternatively, you can access the program on Menu Revisions (P00908) and either change the value of the Option Code field from 2 to 1, so you access the processing options using F18, or you can create a new version and specify it in Version field.

This print screen shows you how to set up the menu for Company Numbers & Names to enable F18 for prompting.  Press F1 on the Option Code field for additional options:


IMPORTANT!  If, when you press F18, you are presented with a screen that displays DEFAULT as the Form ID, you do not have a value in the Option Key field.  You must include the program in the Option Key and include a version in the Version field in order to access the versions list and/or processing options for the program. 


For information on revising menus, refer to the JD Edwards World Technical Foundation guide.






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