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WS: 43: Multiple Landed Costs Do Not Write to Each GL Class Code or Original Item GL Class with PO Receipt Reversal Causing Integrity Issues Between Cardex (F4111) & G/L (F0911) - P4312 (Doc ID 2859945.1)

Last updated on MAY 03, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Procurement - Version A9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When you reverse a Purchase Order (PO) Receipt (P4312) that has an item with multiple landed costs, the original GL Class code from the item (ex: INxx) is not used in the receipt and/or the entry does not write against multiple landed cost GL Class (GLPT) Codes set up. The GL Class Code from only one landed cost line/item is used (ex: LCxx). The update to the Cardex (F4111) for the PO reversal is incorrect and causes integrity issues between the Cardex (F4111) and G/L journal entries (F0911).

The desired functionality for this issue: Write a separate Cardex (F4111) record for each landed cost line if the G/L Offset is different from the item when reversing a landed cost PO Receipt (OV). Or, write entries for the GL Class Code of the original item so there are no integrity issues between the Cardex and the GL. 

Steps to Duplicate: 
1. Create a purchase order for multiple lines where landed cost applies with different GL Class Codes (P4311).
2, Receive all lines using PO Receipt (P4312).
3. Reverse two of the lines that had landed costs using PO Reversal (option 8 from P4312).
4. Query on F4111 / Cardex file for the new Receipt Document (OV) number.
5. Query on F4111 for Reversal (OV) document number - Note the GL Class Code of the original receipt document contains INxx. The reversal document contains the GL Class Code (LCxx) for only one landed cost line item.
6. Review Journal Entries (F0911 G/L file) for the original PO Receipt and the PO Receipt Reversal(s).


Cause

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