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WS: 04:03:09 When Running Invoice/Voucher Creation (P09560) the Program Should Close Out the Intercompany Settlements Between the Companies But the Process Produces Extra Credit Records (Doc ID 2944241.1)

Last updated on APRIL 21, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards World General Ledger - Version A9.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Invoice/Voucher Creation (P09560) is not correctly closing out the intercompany settlements between the companies. In addition, it is creating extra credit amounts that do not seem to be necessary.

Steps to duplicate:

  1. Enter an AP voucher from G0411, option 3 - Standard voucher entry.
  2. On the G/L side have three lines that go to different companies, including the company that is on the AP side of the transaction.
  3. Post the transaction and note there are intercompany settlements, and the batches are in balance.
  4. Go to menu G09318 option 20 - Invoice/Voucher Creation, create a version and set the processing option to Proof mode first.
  5. NOTE: Run this report for just the batch number of the voucher from above using Data Selection on the version.
  6. Verify the program runs successfully.
  7. Change the processing option for this version to final, and set the dates for the transactions showing the report detail.
  8. Review the reports and the data and note that it does not fully close out the transactions for each of the companies.  Also note the GLALTU field on the F0911 is 1 after the initial posting of the voucher and then it changes to 2 after the P09560 is run in final mode. This may be part of the problem.
  9. In reviewing the data, it appears to create some unnecessary credit amounts (both on the AP side (PD documents) and AR side (RM documents)).


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