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WS: 03: Troubleshooting Invoice Entry and Processing (P03105, P031015, P03103) (Doc ID 1526394.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 15, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Accounts Receivable - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

 This document describes the causes and resolutions for issues related to processing of Accounts Receivable invoices.

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 Error 2406: Currency Gain/Loss Account Incorrect
 Error 0001: Action Invalid
  Error 0028: Account Number Invalid
 Error 0062: Invalid - Check Already Voided
 Error 0065: Date is in this Yr but Prior Mth (PBCO)
 Error 2375: Data Cannot be changed if Posted or Paid
 Error 0069: Posting Edit Code Does Not Allow Entry
 Error 0166: Call to Jrnl Pgm Unsuccessful
 Error 043T: Configured Hub Combination Invalid
 Error 0051: Company Number Invalid
 Issues
 Issue 1: Why is the discount due date inconsistent when the discount amount is zero?
 Issue 2:  Why does the system not allow you to enter a value in the Pay Status field on invoice entry?
 Issue 3:  When executing a custom program for Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) interfacing with the Input/Output Server - F0301 (XF0301) for release A8.1 c5, the program does not run and returns errors that it cannot find the F0301R and F0301S. These files do not exist on the system in release A8.1 c5. How do you obtain these files and moreover, why is the program calling for files that do not exist?
 Issue 4:  The system does not calculate the due date correctly on credit memos (negative invoices).
 Issue 5:  When attempting the post the system tries to create a AE entry to the CA ledger for the AR trade account even though the invoice is domestic.
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