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WS: 30: Frozen Cost Update (P30835) is Not Writing GLAID Account ID when IB Journal Entries are Created in the F0911 (Doc ID 2797828.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 09, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Product Data Management - Version A9.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Frozen Cost Update (P30835) creates records in the Account Ledger (F0911) file for IB (Item Balance) journal entries when the unit cost has changed in Cost Revisions (P4105) and the new costs are run through both Cost Simulation/Cost Freeze (P30820/P30835) programs. However, when posting the IB journal entries using the Post Journal Entry (P09870) program, error 'Account not set up in Account Master File or invalid model account' prints on the Post - Edit Report (R09870).

The error appears to be generating when the field GLAID - Account ID is not populated by the Cost Freeze (P30835) program.

Steps to Recreate
1. Change a purchased components item cost using Cost Revisions (P4105) by updating the 08 - Purchasing Cost Method or the equivalent thereof.
2. After changing the cost in the P4105, run Cost Simulation and Cost Freeze (P30820/P30835) programs.
3. Go to Work with Submitted Jobs (33 at command line) and locate the R30835 - Item Cost Update report. Go to the bottom of this report to locate the G/L Batch Number.
4. Run a query over the F0911 data selecting on the field GLICU equal to the Batch Number from step 3 above.
5. Note that field Account ID (GLAID) is not populated. However, the corresponding Business Unit, Object and Sub account is populated.
6. Next, Post the G/L Batch using menu 15/G3014 - Post to G/L and select the Dream Writer Version ZJDE0042. Add the Batch Number from step 3.
7. Review the posting report and locate the error message 'Account not set up in Account Master File or invalid model account'.


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