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cash_receipt.gifYou may have attended on October 15th, 2015, the Advisor Webcast on A/R Post and how to troubleshoot post failure issues. Or maybe you saw the MOSC thread on the webcast, Whether you have or haven’t, I thought that it is an important enough topic to discuss here in the blog as well.


To successfully post A/R transactions you need to set up the following:

  • The PBCO constant and the Intercompany Settlements constant in the G/A Constants (P0000)
  • The Manager Approval of Input constant and the Offset Method in the A/R Constants (P0000)
  • The processing options of the various R09801 versions for posting A/R transactions


To post an A/R batch you can select it from within Invoice Journal Review (P0011), Draft Journal Review (P0011) and Receipt Journal Review (P0011), and then select row exit ‘Post by Batch’. Or you can go to Batch Versions (P983051W), select the R09801 version you need and use data selection to post your batch.


Which version of P0011 you use depends on which type of A/R batch that you are going to post:

  • IB for Invoices
  • RB for Cash Receipts
  • DB for Draft Receipts


When the post program (R09801) posts the batch, it does the following:

  1. It selects the data that belongs to the batch from the various tables
  2. It validates this data and any other information, such as constants, G/L accounts, business units, AAIs, etc
  3. It creates automated entries (document type AE)
  4. It updates the Taxes table (F0018) if applicable
  5. It updates the posted codes of the records belonging to the batch and of any new ones created by the post in the General Ledger (F0911)
  6. It updates the balances of the G/L accounts in the Account Balances table (F0902)
  7. It updates the batch status in the F0011 to D


When the post encounters a problem it stops at Step 2 and does the following:

  • It sends messages regarding the error to the Work Center (P012503)
  • It writes errors on its PDF, also known as the post-edit-report
  • It creates the Post Detail Error Report (R09801E) if the second processing option on the first tab of the processing options of the R09801 version that was run, is set to a 1 (one)


Other tools to troubleshoot a post failure are the records of the transactions in the batch from the various A/R tables and from the F0911 (if applicable), as well as the logs, the jde.log and jdedebug.log.


For more detailed information, you can play the recording of the webcast or review a PDF of the presentation. To find these:

  1. Go to knowledge article Advisor Webcast JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Schedule and Archived Recordings (Doc ID 1450327.1)
  2. Click on the tab named ‘Archived 2015’
  3. Scroll down to October 15
  4. Then either click on the webcast title ‘JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Posting Accounts Receivable Transactions: How to resolve posting issues.’, or on the recording or PDF links for this webcast.


You can also review these knowledge articles for more information on the R09801:

  • Understanding Invoice Post Process Within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable (R09801) (Doc ID 1967296.1)
  • Understanding The Receipt Post Process Within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable (R09801) (Doc ID 1967291.1)
  • Frequently Asked Questions on the General Ledger Post Program (R09801) (Doc ID 664701.1)

Reporting for the Affordable Care Act is just around the corner.  Here are a few things you should know:


Centralized Information Repository

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and World have created a centralized knowledge document to assist in providing you information pertaining to ACA.  Refer to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and World - Affordable Care Act Overview (Doc ID 2038044.2) before logging in SR as you might find your solution.

SR Create

Additionally,  should you need to enter and SR, please ensure that the Product and Component (Problem Type) are correct.  You should enter:

Product = Human Resources Management

Component (Problem Type) = Affordable Care Act


Advisor Webcasts

Register for the next Advisor Webcast:  Affordable Care Act - Preparing for Reporting for EnterpriseOne (December 15th)  and World (December 9th).

ACA Phase 1 ESU is available for download. Please refer to Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Announces ACA Health Coverage Information Returns – Phase 1 Availability (Doc ID 2076180.1) for details.

One View Financial Statement (OVFS) is a feature of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne One View Reporting for Financials. The OVFS feature enables you to select the account groupings, time frames, and balances that you want to include in your financial statements, and to format the financial statement output. This ability to design and generate financial statements frees the financial department staff from reliance on the IT department to maintain their financial statements.


As with other One View reports, you can generate the financial statement in a graph, table, and other formats. However, OVFS enables the financial department staff far more flexibility than relying on only the One View Reporting for Financials capabilities already provided in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system. For example, you can design balance sheets, income statements, statements of operations, statements of activities, variance analyses, and more. You can design financial statements to report on or analyze data in the Account Master (F0901), Account Balances (F0902), and Business Unit Master (F0006) tables.


For more information, please review One View Financial Reporting New Enhancement For Release 9.2 (Doc ID 2059874.1).

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne announces the availability of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Outbound Inventory Management in EnterpriseOne 9.1 and 9.2.


JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Outbound Inventory Management system, system 42I, for suppliers is an integral part of the supply chain management and order management processes. Suppliers can use it with the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Management and Sales Order Management systems to manage inventory that they produce and ship.


Some of the most important features of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Outbound Inventory Management system include:


    Establishing agreement between supplier and buyer for moving inventory between their locations.

    Ship consigned and vendor managed inventory to customer’s location.

    Acknowledge receipt of outbound inventory at the customer’s location.

    Report consumption of outbound inventory from customer’s location.

    Manual or automatic replenishment of stock.

    Manual or automatic billing for outbound inventory.

    Timely information and reports to review inventory status and ownership.

    Return unused or damaged inventory.


You use the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Outbound Inventory Management system to manage consigned inventory and vendor managed inventory (VMI).


For additional information, see Outbound Inventory Management Enhancement Available in EnterpriseOne 9.1 and 9.2 (Doc ID 2056248.1).

Folks, The wait is Over. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Application and Tools Release 9.2 is out for grab                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Here is a brief outline of the salient features included in this major Release:


Data Encryption:

Added functionality to encrypt sensitive data in the .ini files used by JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.

  • Uses Site Key
    • Site key configured on Security Server
    • Gives each customer a different set of  AES encryption keys
  • First usage of new encryption
    • EnterpriseOne passwords in INI files
    • Vertex passwords in database

OUI Installer Changes for Release 9.2:

  • Deployment Server
    • Install Types: Full and Custom
    • Java (for use by EnterpriseOne runtime) removed from installer - Prompt for Location, Copy Into Place
    • OC4J Directory Removed – Replaced with JAS Folder
    • Tools Release installed with Server Manager.
  • Platform Packs (Windows/UNIX, iSeries)
    • Install Types: Full and Custom
    • Java (for use by EnterpriseOne runtime) removed from installer - Prompt for Location, Copy Into Place (Windows/Unix Only)
    • Prompt for Database Security User/Role
    • Database Script Updated to Remove *PUBLIC Permission
  • SM Console
    • OC4J Option Deprecated
    • Java (for use by EnterpriseOne runtime) removed from installer
    • WAS Prerequisite Automation
    • Remove CCR/OCM
  • SM Agents
    • Java (for use by EnterpriseOne runtime) removed from installer - Prompt for Location, Copy Into Place
    • JMX Security – Populate properties file
  • Development Client
    • New OEESetup.Exe (Oracle 12c)
    • GPS: Enhanced Local Database Password
    • OC4J Directory Removal – Replaced with JAS Folder
    • ReconfigureDB Renamed/Replaces ReconfigureMSDE
    • Snapshot Update
    • WASH4A
      WAS7 Removed as Option
    • WLSH4A (new)
      Deploys H4A to Local WebLogic Server Instance

Simplified Upgrade:


  • Changes Method of Object Update
  • Only new objects and changed objects from previous base release will be installed
  • Retrofit effort minimized to only customized JDE objects changed between release
  • Reduces testing time and effort



Management of User Defined Objects(UDOs):


  • UDOs refer to web objects you create using the EnterpriseOne web interface.
  • UDOs are personalized objects that you can create for your own use or share with others,
  • Depending on the permissions you and others have been granted.
  • Each UDO is saved in EnterpriseOne and can be managed like other EnterpriseOne objects.


JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 9.2 introduces a unified life cycle management process to manage web objects.


  • This release enables you to more easily:
    • Share objects you create.
    • Secure objects so you can create, share, and view them.
  • And also enables you to:
    • Package objects.
    • Transfer objects between path codes.


Type of UDOs:



Grid Formats

Composite Application Framework (CafeOne)

EnterpriseOne Pages

One View Reports (OVRs)

One View Watchlists


Documentation Links


For details on above mentioned outlined points, please go through the documentation links provided below.


JD Edwards Resource Library: New Releases and Initiatives


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  • Information Center: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 (Doc ID 2039111.2)
  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 9.2 Known Issues and Workarounds (Doc ID 2062196.1)

Required Components:


  • Review Required Components for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 (Doc ID 2054020.1)
    • Tools is MANDATORY Tools Release for 9.2 Application install/upgrade and TOOLS ONLY Upgrade
    • New Planner ESU (JN10011) Change Assistant/Configuration Assistant components (3.0.10)
    • New Mandatory ESU: 9.2 Applications and Foundation Roll Up ESU        
    • New ASU for Management of User Defined Objects for Tools  Only Upgrade
    • New JDE E1 9.1and 9.0 Tools Application Enhancement ESUs for Tools 9.2 and ASI for Tools Only Upgrade

Read the latest JD Edwards Special Issue of Profit Magazine to find out how JD Edwards customer Stewart and Stevenson, is taking even greater advantage of the ERP platform and strengthening the company’s overall business by giving key employees mobile access to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne solutions. The article focuses on extending enterprise applications to mobile devices and the ROI that the company expects from this strategy.

The article discusses opportunities that Stewart and Stevenson is exploring where mobility can yield clear bottom-line pay-offs for the company.

workflow.jpgLook no further.


Example of a Custom Workflow using the Action Message Task with a Distribution List (Doc ID 2041057.1) illustrates, step-by-step, an example of a custom workflow using the new Action Message Task which is the Send Message Extended system function rather than the obsolete Message Task which is using the deprecated Send Message system function. The custom workflow example also shows how a single level distribution list can be used.

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