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E1 : 51: P09200 Does Not Use Default Start Date If Called From Within P512000 - Job Status Inquiry (Doc ID 2752450.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 16, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Project Costing (Job Cost) - Version A9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

P09200 - Account Ledger Inquiry has a processing option that can be used to Specify the Default Start Date.  It is processing option #2 on the Defaults tab.  If this processing option is set to 01/01/2000 and the program is accessed from the menu or an E1 Page that date defaults into the From Date field in the upper right corner of the header.

However if it is called from the P512000 - Job Status Inquiry using General Accounting > Account Ledger on the Row menu the program defaults either to the beginning of the year or the month depending on how the From Date Method is set on the Select Tab.  However the Help Text for that processing option says the following, "Use this processing option to specify the From Date as either the fiscal year or the current period when the From Date is left blank."

Since the From Date processing option set to 01/01/2000 it should default to that even though it is called from within JSI.

When the Date processing option is  set to 01/01/2000 it should default to that even though it is called from within JSI.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Setup the PO on the P09200
2. Review the Company Names and Numbers.
3. Access the P09200 for a job -Review the Date that defaults in.
4. Access JSI from General Accounting > Account Ledger on the Row menu
5. Review the date that defaults in.

The current process is not consistent for the users who go between the programs and the user experience is not consistent.

Cause

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