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WS: 03: Troubleshooting Process Batch Receipts (P03550) (Doc ID 1530610.1)

Last updated on MARCH 25, 2020

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 issues you might encounter when you process batch receipts.

Troubleshooting Steps

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Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 Issue 1: On release A9.1, Process Batch Receipts (P03550) assigns the Business Unit incorrectly
 Issue 2:  The Batch to Detail & Out of Balance (P007031) does not delete Batch Type 9 batch headers
 Issue 3:  The Rework Unprocessed Items (P03111) drops the decimals on the receipt amount
 Issue 4: The program does not process all of the lines of data; is there a limit?
 Issue 5:  Loaded the Batch Cash File (F0312) by using EDI 820 process. Then run Process Batch Receipts (P03550) and receive error  0028 - Account Number Invalid. What account number is in error?
 Issue 6:  Need to know how to delete unprocessed Batch Cash records.
 Issue 7:  When running Batch Cash, (P03550), getting error 2556 - Error Writing to User Index. Need to know how to get past this error.
 Issue 8:  When trying to process partial receipts to the same invoice it applies the first partial receipt and then writes off the remaining amount before applying the next partial receipt for the item.
 Issue 9:  How can we make sure it applies receipts to the open invoices?
 Issue 10:  How do you take a discount that is less than the original discount available when processing P03550?
 Issue 11: A fee is being calculating in a different batch when running P03550 and you want it in the same batch.
 Issue 12: Can you process G-type receipts using Process Batch Receipts (P03550?
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