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WS: 04: Troubleshooting Create Payment Groups (P04570, R04570) (Doc ID 626995.1)

Last updated on JULY 03, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Accounts Payable - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

To address system-generated errors as a result of running Create Payment Groups (P04570) as well as other issues related to the Create Payment Groups program.

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 Error Messages
 Error: 0087 - Hold Payment Code Active
 Error: 107D - Bank Account in a Different Company
 Error: 2987 - Bank Account Information Not Found
 Error: 3705 - Invalid Programs Defined in Payment Instrument Defaults
 Error: 3710 - Supplier Master Information Missing
 Error: 3716 - Amount Over Payment Limit
 Error: 3717 - Amount Under Payment Limit
 Error: 3718 - Supplier Bank Account Information Missing
 Error: 3744 - Currency Code Invalid-WARNING
 Error: 3748 - Amount Range Edits Not Performed-WARNING
 Error: 220E- Either the Payor bank account (G record) or the Payee bank account (V record) in the Bank Transit Number Master file (F0030) is not authorized for SEPA payments if you do not wish to use this functionality
 Create Payment Groups Report (R04570) Issues
 Issue 1:  No Data on Report
 Issue 2:  No Report Generated
 Issue 3:  Report Truncates and Amounts do not Print
 Issue 4:  Data Selection by PreNote Returns JDE0025 - No Data Selected Job Log on A9.1 and A9.2
 Issue 5:  Vouchers Locked in Pay Status #
 Issue 6:   Multiple Payments Created for Same Supplier or Alternate Payee
 Issue 7:  The Bank Account on the Payment Group is not the same as the Bank Account on the Voucher
 Issue 8:  Discounts are being taken even when the discount due date has passed
 Issue 9:  The user accidentally deleted the version of P04570 they use to create a payment group.
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