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WS: 48S/52: FAQ: Service and Contract Billing Workfile (F4812) (Doc ID 1611874.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 23, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Service & Contract Billing - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

 Answers frequently asked questions regarding the Service Billing Workfile F4812.

Questions and Answers

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Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1:  What determines the Service/Tax Date (DSVJ) in the Billing Workfile ?
 Question 2:  What fields does the system secure when the Update Options processing option is left blank in the Workfile Revisions program?
 Question 3:  How can you correct or change the markup on a large number of workfile (F4812) transactions?
 Question 4:  Why does the system assign T2 instead of T3 as the Document Type for burden transactions in the Billiing Workfile?
 Question 5:  What creates Billing Workfile records with a Transaction Classification of 8?
  Question 6:  How can you tell if an F0911 transaction has been included in the Billing Workfile?
  Question 7:  How is the amount calculated for the Total Labor Amount field (W4TLAB) in the Invoice Summary Workfile (F4822)?
  Question 8: What is the process to change data display decimals for the Data Dictionary item U (units) from 2 to 4?
 Question 9:  Is it possible to see more than one date in the Workfile (P4812), such as GL Date and Service Date?
 Question 10:  What process is required to troubleshoot why a journal entry did not pull into the workfile?
 Question 11: When using Workfile Revisions (P4812) and changing the Markup rate, when re-extend is selected the record is not changed.  What could be the issue?
 Question 12: After acquiring another company, where journal entries or payroll transactions will not be entered.  What would be the best process to bill them through contract billing ?
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