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WSE1: 03: Troubleshooting World to E1 AR Conversion (Doc ID 639815.1)

Last updated on JULY 01, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Accounts Receivable - Version A7.3 cume 11 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 This document describes the causes and resolutions for issues related to processing of Accounts Receivable data in the conversion of World data to EnterpriseOne.

NOTE: The World to EnterpriseOne AR Conversion programs use the records from the World F0311 and convert the records to the appropriate E1 AR tables -- F03B11, F03B112, F03B13 and F03B14. 

Troubleshooting Steps

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Troubleshooting Steps
 Issue 1: The Migration Database Analyzer report (P98888) give the message, "OW Idx Validation Failed-Dup Recs Exist", for the Accounts Receivable Ledger (F0311) data.  How does this program determine if there are duplicates in the F0311?
 Issue 2:  Some converted records in the Enterprise One tables are not complete or not in balance. For example, a spread receipt does not currently net to zero.  What are the available options for converting this type of data?
 Issue 3:  The system returns an error indicating the F0311P is missing when executing the F0311 A/R Ledger Conv-F03B11 (P0311QD1).
 Issue 4:  There an excessive number of discrepancies listed on the World to OneWorld Conversion Exception Report (R0311QD1) when running the AR conversion programs (P0311QD1, P0311QD2).
 Issue 5: The Conversion Audit Report (P03961) show many pages of records that are not the same in World and EnterpriseOne.
 Issue 6: After upgrading to JDE World A9.3 we noticed that the World to E1 conversion programs, reports and files are listed as Obsolete on the program name in SVR (Software Versions Repository).  We plan on migrating to EnterpriseOne and would like to verify if these programs/reports/files are obsolete.

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