Batch Approval and Post Security (P00241) restricts the approval and posting of batches to certain users. You may also want to restrict unauthorized users from viewing batches other than their own in the General Journal Review program (P0011). The Batch Approval/Post Security Constants establishes User Group Authority to be implemented for the Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and General Ledger modules. Each system can be set independently of the other systems. Additionally, batch approval and post security is not strictly limited to financial batches. The system security also applies to batches that feed into the financial systems, such as inventory and manufacturing.
More details on how this feature works can be found in:
Overview of Batch Approval and Post Security Setup (P00241/P0000) (Doc ID 664703.1)
Frequently Asked Questions on the Batch Approval and Post Security Setup (P00241) (Doc ID 664702.1)
The post program (R09801) evaluates records within voucher type (V) batches, ensuring each document within the batch is in balance, validating the tax rate area setup, if applicable, creates the AE offsetting entries, and updates the Account Balance (F0902) entries. If multiple errors exist in the batch, each error will need to be resolved. This new document highlights 'intercompany out of balance' errors and how to resolve them. Doc 2341998.1. http://ora.cl/Q2jO1
Starting with Tools Release 9.2.1.x it is normal for the Database repository tables to be updated when the Software Update History (R96701) runs. This is done in order to keep the Central Object tables and the Repository tables in synch. The document talks about the effect of the updates when the Software Update History (R96701) runs. Doc 2341711.1. http://ora.cl/kZ4yH
This new KM document provides information about changes to the setup for Straight-line rent to accommodate changes to the FASB 13 regulations, and provides greater flexibility for Straight-line rent processing. Doc ID 2334284.1. http://ora.cl/jz26M
Equipment Billing is a feature in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne that allows equipment related costs or credit revenue to be charged to business units within an organization. The document provides information about how to set up and execute both Location and Equipment Time Billing. Doc ID 2342591.1. http://ora.cl/YN2Zz
This new KM document details rate schedules as used in MRP and includes: an overview, rate item planning and additional considerations to be aware of with rate schedules. Doc ID 2334481.1. http://ora.cl/GP4qf
The goal of this new KM document is to explain kit integrity and the downstream consequences of making partial shipments of kit components without including the parent item in the shipment. Doc 2335904.1. http://ora.cl/On7ou
Tools Release 220.127.116.11 is now generally available from the Update Center. This is a full maintenance pack with new features for Cloud, new certifications and bug fixes. A Known Issues and Workarounds document is available. "JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 9.2.2 Updates Known Issues and Workarounds" (Doc ID 2302481.1). http://ora.cl/Cc7PS
Kanban is one of the supply chain tools used in a pull based supply chain system to streamline material flow, reduce inventory and waste by triggering replenishment order in fixed quantities (determined by the user) as and when needed by using Kanban signals . There are different types of Kanban which aides in Kanban replenishment. The following documents will help to setup and execute Kanban master, Kanban types and Kanban process.
How to Set Up a Kanban Master P3016 in 8.10 Onward (Doc ID 1111543.1)
Kanban Check-In/Check-Out in 8.10 Forward (Doc ID 1108505.1)
Have you been thinking of a way to have the invoice for your international customer printed in the language of their country? That is possible and simple, with a quick setup in the language preference on the Address Book for your customer. In the Customer Master, access the customer address book to revise it and then, on the Additional 1 tab set the Language field to the specific language for your customer. When printing the invoice using Invoice Print (R42565) application, the description will be printed in the language you have setup on customer master.
This new KM document provides information about JD Edwards EnterpriseOne One-Click Provisioning for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) to accelerate the customers’ path to cloud. JD Edwards One-Click Provisioning provides a rapid and simple way to launch a secure, scalable, and cost-effective JD Edwards system in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for your development, test, or production systems. With One-Click Provisioning, customers inherit all the benefits of an agile cloud deployment while retaining full control of their deployment options to meet unique business needs. This automation framework provides an intuitive interface to configure your credentials, orchestrate your deployment plan, and then automatically deploy JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications 9.2 and Tools 18.104.22.168 in OCI. The document provides links to Oracle by Examples (OBEs) and other helpful resources for getting started with One-Click Provisioning. Doc 2335501.1. http://ora.cl/vs34X
This KM document announces the addition or Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2. It includes a link to the bug adding the functionality and a link to the OTM Implementation guide. Doc 2334446.1. http://ora.cl/Kx0eH
This new KM document "E1: UPGTC: Troubleshooting TCs on the Server - General Problems During Table Conversion Workbench" lists common errors seen when running upgrade table conversions on the server. Doc ID 2333783.1. http://ora.cl/H9vs7
Today's business climate is changing very quickly. Many managers and employees may not always be at their desk to perform daily tasks, such as approving purchase orders or requisitions. What if a Purchasing Manager was at home after hours, but a high priority purchase order was entered to request a new server, as a server had crashed? This new purchase order may require immediate approval, in order to get the order sent out to the vendor. Before mobile applications, the approvers would either need to drive back into the office or approve the order the next day, which could cause a delay in the order process. With mobile approvals, this allows end users to immediately take action on the approval request from anywhere in the world that has an internet connection (home, airport, coffee shop, etc.). EnterpriseOne offers mobile approvals for both a tablet and a smart phone. This feature is available for standard approvals (system 43) and Requisition Self Service (system 43E). There are two types of mobile approvals available. The first, which is the first generation, released back in release 9.0 (commonly referred to as ADF), is really just a link (URL) to a mobile application. The latest (commonly referred to as AIS), was released in 9.1 and above. These are actual applications that are downloaded to a device from either the Apple Applications Store or Google Play. This is the future of our mobile solution and many different applications are continually being released. I would encourage you to take a look at the mobile approvals, along with many different mobile product offerings in the links below on MOS:
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Applications (Doc ID 1637232.2)
Mobile Solutions for EnterpriseOne Applications - What They Are and When to Use Them (Doc ID 2101624.2)
Mobile purchasing and requisition approval applications help to streamline your business by giving users the ability to quickly act on approval requests without having access to a laptop or desktop. Please feel free to share your experiences with these products and as always, please feel free to post general questions in Distribution - JDE1 (MOSC).