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JD Edwards is currently working on the functionality required by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) joint standard.


JD Edwards has completed the Revenue Recognition and Lessor-(Straight-line Rent) functionality. Announcements will be made, as more functionality is available.


Below are listed a number of documents available for these processes.

Revenue Recognition:

  • New Enhancement for FASB - Revenue Recognition in Real Estate Management for Release 9.1 and 9.2.(Doc ID 2260000.1)
  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Revenue Recognition Enhancement for Real Estate Management (FASB) (Doc ID 2304930.2)


The Revenue Recognition functionality for Real Estate Management is available for JD Edwards release 9.2 by applying Bug 25786546.


Lessor Accounting (Straight-line rent)

  • New Enhancement for FASB – Lessor Accounting in Real Estate Management for Release 9.1 and 9.2 (Doc ID 2324776.1)
  • New Functionality in Straight-Line Rent (FASB 13) for 9.2 (Doc ID 2334284.1)


The Straight-line rent functionality for Real Estate Management is available as of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne release 9.2 by applying BUG 25413509, Bug 25774375 and Bug 25796088.


Advisor Webcasts

These can be accessed from Advisor Webcast JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Schedule and Archived Recordings (Doc ID 1450327.1)


  • Financial Management - The New Lease Accounting Standard - What This Means to JD Edwards Customers, February 15, 2017
  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Financials FASB - Revenue Recognition in Real Estate Management, which was originally available for viewing on September 20, 2017.
  • JD Edwards E1 Financials Management - Enhanced FASB 13 (Straight Line Rent Accounting) for JD Edwards Real Estate Management, September 19, 2017
  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne - The New Lease Accounting Standard - The First Enhancement in a Series for Lessees December 18, 2017

This new document details specific setup and usage to generate various order types (Requisitions, Transfers, Releases, and Purchase or Work Order supply orders) using specified document types to meet business requirements. It starts with the MRP Detail Messages application (P3411) and it's Processing Options. Next is the Message Summary application (P3401) and then the MRP/MPS Detail Message Process application (R3411). Doc ID 2327828.1. Reader.png

This new KM document describes the basic functionality of the Work With Real Time Event Filter application (P4230). Doc ID 2327813.1. Reader.png

The commitment process for configured items (and the component items that make up the configuration) is unique and specific to a Stocking Type 'C' item.  During the configurator supply chain process, commitments are designed to move between the sales and work orders for the component and the parent is hard committed only after the related work order is completed. However issues can occur as configuration changes will alter commitments and create duplicate component demand. To avoid this and to get a better understanding of how commitments are done for both the configured parent and the components, see document Commitment Processing for Configurator (Doc ID 2304887.1).

Accounts Receivable (A/R) Factoring, also known as Accounts Receivable Financing or as Encashment, is a common business practice in some countries, for instance Germany. It describes a transaction in which a business sells its invoices, or receivables, to a third-party financial company known as a "factor." The factor then collects payment on those invoices from the business's customers. Read more about the Parent/Child method, Factoring Method and outbound functionality in this new KM document. Doc ID 2327680.1.  Reader.png

The purpose of this new document is to explain as-of behavior of posting edit code 'M, Machine-generated transactions only' in Inventory, Sales, and Procurement. The helps clear confusion about "machine-generated transactions only" and if the automatic account returned based on the settings in DMAAI considered 'machine-generated'. Doc ID 2326399.1. Reader.png

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Capital Management Foundation has enhanced Pay, Deduction, Benefit, and Accrual setup and processing to make it easier for HR benefits and payroll administrators to comply with various federal, state and local paid sick time laws.  Refer to Paid Sick Compliance (Federal, State and Local) (Doc ID 2290156.1) for information on obtaining the new functionality via Electronic Software Updates (ESUs).


How To Set Up and Process Paid Time Sick Accrual (Federal, State and Local) (Doc ID 2326316.1) provides information on the required setup.

If your year end is December 31, it's not too early to make sure your encumbrances/commitments are in balance before running the R4317 Encumbrance Rollover or do any other year end activities! (Even if your year end is another month, it is never to early to confirm your accounts are in good shape!)


We have several tools and knowledge documents that will get you going.


Your first step, if possible, is to make sure you are "Code Current" on all objects that affect commitment/encumbrance processing. We have a Change Assistant Pre-Defined Query to help you get Code Current.  It is described in this knowledge document:

  • Change Assistant Pre-Defined Query For Encumbrance / Commitment Objects(Doc ID 1945124.1)


After making sure you are code current, the next step is to run the Commitment Integrity Report (R40910) in proof mode to get an idea of where you are. Depending on the results, here are some knowledge documents that will assist you:

  • Checklist for Troubleshooting Commitment/Encumbrance Integrity Issues (Doc ID 657403.1) Excellent document.  Step by step things to check to troubleshoot issues.  If you don't read anything else, read this one!
  • Encumbrance/Commitment Processing (Doc ID 625480.1) The basics of how Encumbrances/Commitments work
  • Commitment/Encumbrance Best Practices (Doc ID 646593.1An overview of all documents related to Encumbrance/Commitment processing
  • Commitment / Encumbrance FAQ (Doc ID 625641.1) An FAQ document that covers General, Integrity, and Purge, Rebuild, and Repost questions
  • Encumbrance Purge / Rebuild / Repost Process (Doc ID 625633.1) A good step-by-step overview of how to run this process to assist in fixing integrity problems.
  • Encumbrance Rollover (R4317) (Doc ID 625473.1) An explanation of the year end process of running the Encumbrance Rollover report.
  • Suggestion if R4317 Encumbrance Rollover Was Not Performed (Doc ID 1338685.1)


As always, please feel free to post general questions in Distribution - JDE1 (MOSC)

This new KM document explains how you can find the Domain/Site ID for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic for non-metered accounts. Doc ID 2325785.1. Reader.png

It’s that season, the end of the year, and manufacturing and accounting processes need to be closed and accounted for. This is also the time of year that big decisions need to be made for the next year. One of those decisions could be moving from Standard 07 Costing to Actual 02 / 09 Costing or vice versa. The question is always asked, what is the “recommended” way to do this without causing costing and accounting as well as file integrity issues? Don’t worry the information in the below document will answer that question.


Switching From Standard Costing (07) To Actual Costing (09) and Vice Versa (Doc ID 1398629.1)


As of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2, the Financial Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide has been updated to include information about entering translations for payment terms.


The AR reports, Statement Print Report (R03B5001) and Credit Card Statement Print Report (R03B5003), print the entered translations based on your customer language preference. The rest of the transaction reports print the entered translations based on your user profile language preference.


More information regarding this process can be found in solution New Enhancement – Address Book and Payment Term Translation EnterpriseOne 9.2 (Doc ID 2317467.1)

The new enhancements are also document in the
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Financial Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide:

A new tabbed document Information Center has been created for CafeOne to bring together all the documents for: Overview, FAQs, HowTos, Troubleshooting, and the Problem and Bug documents. On the Resource tab you will find links to documentation, training, Advisor Webcasts, community threads from My Oracle Support Design Tools & Output Technologies Community as well as other resources. With the tabbed document format, it includes the "Search This Document" feature to help you find what you're looking for in the Information Center. Doc ID 2324747.2. Reader.png

In the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Fulfillment Management system, you can score order lines to determine the priority in which the system fulfills inventory.


The system can assign a score to order lines in two ways:

  1. At the time of Sales Order Entry (P4210) using Processing Option # 26. Fulfillment Management Scoring (R4277702) under Versions Tab
  2. Using Batch Program (R4277702) to update the score value of multiple order lines based upon the data selection


One of the factors that R4277702 uses to calculate the score on order lines is 'Sold to customer priority' in Customer Master (P03013) application.


If you change the customer priority in Customer Master and rerun R4277702 on existing orders to re-calculate the score, the score will not change. But if you add a new sales order, R4277702 will calculate the score correctly based on the new customer priority.


To find out how to re-calculate score on an existing sales order please see R4277702 is not Re-Calculating Score on a Sales Order (Doc ID 2323830.1).

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