WS: FIN: How to Void or Delete a Voucher or Invoice (Doc ID 794866.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 09, 2017

Applies to:

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

Goal

This document provides the steps to:

IMPORTANT NOTE:

You should only use the steps in this document if the voucher was generated from the Accounts Payable system and the invoice was generated from the Accounts Receivable system.  

  • If the voucher was generated from the Payroll system you can use this document. However, you must post the voided record (T7) on menu G0713 and not G0411 because the batch type is #.
  • If the voucher was generated from the Procurement system, do not use this document.  You must void the voucher from the Procurement system.  
  • If the invoice or voucher was generated from the Real Estate (Property) Management system, do not use this document. You must void the invoice or voucher from the Real Estate (Property) Management system.  See document 640901.1 (Void an Invoice or Voucher Created in Real Estate (Property) Management) for details.
  • If the invoice was generated from either the Contract or the Service Billing systems, do not use this document. You must void the invoice from Contract History Inquiry (P52250) if created using the Contract Billing System, or Invoice History Inquiry (P48250) if it was created from the Service Billing system.
  • If the invoice was generated from the Sales Order system, do not use this document.  You must void the invoice from Sales Order system.  See document 626681.1 (Credit Orders From History) for details.
  • If the voucher was generated from the Subcontract Management system, do not use this document. You must void the voucher from the Subcontract Management system. See document 642582 (How to Void a Voucher in Progress Payments) for details.

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