WS: 04: FAQs: Voucher Batch Processing (Z1 Files) (P04110Z)
(Doc ID 866352.1)
Last updated on MAY 01, 2017
Applies to:JD Edwards World Accounts Payable - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document describes the frequently asked questions about voucher batch processing (P04110Z).
For information on specific errors that occur during the batch process, see 627002.1. This document lists each error by number and provides possible resolutions.
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|Questions and Answers|
|Question 1: Are the Business Unit (MCU), Object (OBJ) and Subsidiary (SUB) fields required for the F0411Z1 transaction file and, if so, what account number do these fields represent?|
|Question 2: How can freight charges be processed using the F0411Z1 files?|
|Question 3: Which fields does the system use to locate the corresponding F0911Z1 transaction for the F0411Z1 transaction?|
|Question 4: When would you process a batch out of balance?|
|Question 6: Should the G/L date be populated as a Julian or Gregorian date?|
|Question 7: Is there a maximum number of transactions that can be processed in a batch?|
|Question 8: Are WACO errors important?|
|Question 9: How can you revise the Invoice Number (VINV) on the F0911Z1 record to correspond to the F0411Z1 record using the Batch Voucher Revisions program (P0401Z1)?|
|Question 10: Can you use the Batch Process to void or delete transactions?|
|Question 11: How can you delete a batch of unprocessed records from the Z1 files?|
|Question 12: Can you process payroll vouchers (batch type #) using the Batch Voucher Process?|
|Question 13: Can you use a different document type (other than document type PV) when populating the F0411Z1 file?|
|Question 14: Can the document type PN be overridden when loading records in the F0411Z1 file?|
|Question 15: Can Use Tax be calculated by the system when loading records in the F0411Z1 file?|