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WS: 43: 47: P470412 Does Not Use F4316 Multiple Accounts as Defined for Lines Greater Than Line 1.000. Line 2.000+ Amounts are Split, but F4316 Account Numbers Are Not Used, Original Detail Line Account Number is Used. (Doc ID 2544336.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 05, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards World EDI - Version A9.3 cume 1 and later
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In World A9.3.1, using the P470412 - EDI Inbound Invoice/Match to P.O. Edit/Create to 2 Way match a purchase order when more than 1 line exists on the purchase order and multiple account distribution (P4316) is set, the resulting voucher is not split out correctly to the multiple accounts.

Purchase order line 1.000 will split out to the multiple accounts set in the P4316, but line 2.000 (or greater) will not split out, it will write to the account number listed on the original detail line.

As an example a 2 line PO exists where line 1.000 is for account number 1 and line 2.000 is for account number 2.  Using the P4316 Multiple Account functionality (option 12 on the detail line), line 1.000 is set to split out to accounts A, B & C.  Line 2.000 is set to split to accounts D, E & F.

The P470412 uses the data set in EDI files F47041, F47042, F47044 along with purchasing files F4301, F4311 & F4316 to create the voucher.

Reviewing the voucher created shows that line 1.000 processed correctly resulting in the amount being split as defined to accounts A, B & C.   However, Line 2.000 did not split out to the multiple accounts (D, E & F), the journal entries for Line 2.000 are all written to the account listed on the original PO detail line, in this example, that was account number 2.  Line 2.000 did split the amounts out as defined in P4316, but all entries are to account 2, not account D, E & F as defined in P4316.




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