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WS: 43: Purchase Order Receiver Conversion Program is not Working P43121MG (Doc ID 2072678.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Procurement - Version A9.2 and later
JD Edwards World Install/Upgrade/Migration - Version A9.3 cume 1 to A9.3 cume 1 [Release A9.3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


During the process of migrating from World A9.2.1 to E1 9.1, several issues have been identified with the migration program, P43121MG - Purchase Order Receiver Conversion which is also known as, Purch Ord Receipt - Dupl Clean.

Two Dream Writer versions are supplied with this migration program.  The P43121MG/R43121MG migration program contains a Proof and Final mode Dream Writer Versions. Unfortunately, the Additional Parameters are not setup the same in Proof and in the Final Dream Writer Versions and these two versions were sent out incorrectly. In addition, in some releases, three processing options are associated with the P43121MG. This is not correct as the P43121MG should only contain two processing options.

When launching the P43121MG, several issues can occur:

1. The conversion does not run.

2. Duplicate records are still found after running the conversion.

3. The Purchase Order Receiver Conversion Program (P43121MG) program does not increment the field Number of Lines (NLIN) for the purchase order detail.



Additional Parameters may need to be updated for the Proof Dream Writer Version. In addition, the master processing options may require updating as only two processing options should exist for the P43121MG.

Prior to launching the P43121MG, confirm that Additional Parameters are setup correctly. Also, no precomplier commands should exist with the source code for the P43121MG. Lastly, only two processing options should exist.


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 Processing Options
 Precompiler Commands

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