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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 for releases 9.1 and 9.2.


The Balance Sheet Lessee Accounting functionality for Real Estate Management is available in JD Edwards release 9.2 by applying Bug 26380011.

The Lease Management Accounting functionality for Non-Property is available in JD Edwards release 9.2 by applying Bug 27444588


Lease Management does not require a license for Real Estate but will be handled in accordance to the following statement:

Entitled Products and Restricted Use Licenses

A license for Financials includes a restricted-use of Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Real Estate Management, limited to lessee lease management features.

Any usage of sales overage, expense participation or lessor lease management requires a full use license of Real Estate Management.


Please see FASB/IASB Functionality for JD Edwards Real Estate Management (FASB ASC 842 / IASB IFRS 16 ) (Doc ID 2356624.1) for further information on all FASB 842/ IFRS 16 functionality. Please Bookmark this document as it will be updated as additional functionality is completed for 9.1 and 9.2 software releases.

Reader.pngThis new KM document answers from frequently asked questions on taxes in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management. Doc ID 2369883.1.

Reader.pngThis new KM document addresses frequently asked questions regarding basket and order level adjustments in sales order entry and sales order processing. Doc ID 2374319.1.

Reader.pngFor JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application release 9.1 and above, new error reporting has been added for the R40R010. This new KM document provides a listing of the new error messages that may be written to the Work Center for troubleshooting. Doc ID 2363785.1.

Reader.pngThis new KM document explains, with screen prints, how to change the data sequencing for R46471 to be able to generate putaway trips based on Level 1 UOM. Doc ID 2375250.1.

Reader.pngIn the grower industry, the price of an item or the quantity to pay might be reduced or increased by price adjustments based on quality attributes collected upon receiving the items. Although the base price of the items received remains, additional adjustments can be applied to change the net unit price. For example, wine requires multiple quality attributes that pricing can be based on, for example MOG (Material Other than grapes), ROT (Number of Rotten) and BRIX. (Sugar Level in a grape). These tests need to be defined within the Quality system. Grower advanced pricing includes functionality that enables pricing based on quality attributes of the product purchased and received.

This new KM document presents an overview of the setup required for a grower contract pricing adjustment based on quality attributes. Doc ID 2375773.1.

Reader.pngThree new troubleshooting documents have been created for the Inventory area:

* Issuing Expired Inventory from Inventory Ledger Ends in Various Errors. Doc ID 2373620.1.
* How to Debug the cause of Errors in R41815. Doc ID 2373221.1.
* P4114 Inventory Adjustment Issues an 'Item Number Invalid' with Flex Account - CASE STUDY. Doc ID 2368172.1.

Collaborate.jpgVisit the demo grounds My Oracle Support and Proactive Programs kiosk for ideas on how to drive up productivity and to expand your product knowledge by leveraging the new features of Oracle’s My Oracle Support Portal.  Support and product experts will be on hand at the Support Stars Bar to help you identify the right tools/services for your business needs so you can proactively avoid business problems and optimize your use of Oracle products, including JD Edwards.


Collaborate.jpgThe Oracle Proactive Support team will also be presenting at Collaborate 2018:


* "Oracle Support - Boost Your Team’s ROI: Learn How to Quickly Identify the Oracle Support Resources Appropriate for Your Business"

Wednesday April 25 from 11: AM - 12:00 PM in South Seas H; Session ID 10568

  Interested in finding free tools/services to proactively avoid business problems and to optimize your use of Oracle products? This session provides users and administrators insight on how to identify the Oracle Support Proactive tools and services best suited to their needs and how to best leverage these tools and services. Gain insight and take away practical advice which you can apply to your business and operational needs.

Collaborate.jpgAre you attending Collaborate 2018? The JD Edwards Support team will have representatives there to present three sessions – please plan to attend!:


* "Revenue Recognition – Are you meeting the requirements for Accounts Receivable, Real Estate Management and Contract Service Billing?"

Wednesday April 25 from 8:30 - 9:30 AM in Lagoon I; Session ID: 111840

This session will benefit functional users, Accounting managers, and others involved with meeting government requirements for revenue recognition.


* "Oracle Access Manager Single Sign On integration within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne"

Wednesday April 25 from 1:15 - 2:15 PM in Lagoon H; Session ID: 111850

This session will benefit CNC (Configurable Network Computing) administrators and others involved in securing and managing the security of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.


* "Requirements Planning Features for Improving Inventory Utilization"

Wednesday April 25 from 2:30 - 3:30 PM in Lagoon J; Session ID: 111860

This session will benefit functional users, supply chain managers, and others interested in improving inventory usage. The session will cover Multi-facility Requirements Planning (R3483) options to link Demand to specific Supply and Availability Checking to reduce obsolescence by consuming existing inventory first.


Reader.pngFive new FAQ documents have been created for the Sales area:

* E1: 42: Workflow in Sales Module FAQ (P4210/P98860/P43070) Doc ID 2375278.1. 
* E1: 42: Prepayments in Sales Order Processing FAQ (P4210/P42101/R42800/P004201/R004201/R004202/R03B671) Doc ID 2373832.1. 
* E1: 42: Repost Active Sales Orders (R42995) FAQ Doc ID 2370754.1. 
* E1: 42: Backorders in Sales (R42118/P42117/P4210/P42101/P4205) Doc ID 2369540.1. 
* E1: 42: Item Cross Reference FAQ (P41026/P4104/P4210/P42101/P4310) Doc ID 2363953.1.

NewUpdate.jpgOracle JD Edwards announces significant customer-driven product updates to empower companies on their journey to becoming digital enterprises. These enhancements provide companies transformative solutions to innovate in the digital economy and to run their business their way. Extending its commitment to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications, Oracle is announcing the availability of new UX One features, customer-driven ERP enhancements adding to modern digital solutions, and legislative and localization updates. We are also announcing Tools release, which includes Notification Platform and Orchestrator enhancements to drive digital process transformation, and updated platform certifications.

Document 2379789.1 details these new product features for EnterpriseOne. You'll find details plus links to additional resources for:
* User Experience enhancements
* Modern Digital ERP enhancements (including Delivered Notifications and Delivered Orchestrations)
* Human Capital Management (Paid Sick Time Compliance)
* Legislative and Localization Updates
* Tools Release (including Notification framework enhancements, new Orchestration integration capabilities, and updated platform certifications)

See the KM document "Oracle Announces JD Edwards EnterpriseOne User Experience Enhancements, New Mobile Features, Modern ERP Enhancements, and Tools Digital Transformation Features - April 2018" (Doc ID 2379789.1)

Reader.pngEight new comprehensive documents have been created for the Blend Management area:


  • E1: 31B: Barrel Operations Overview - contains: Understanding barrel operations, Entering barrel move operations, and barrel operation examples. Doc ID 2374373.1.
  • E1: 31B: Blend Additive Operation Overview - contains: Additive item setup, additive operation, additive thresholds, and Additive Workbench. (P31B84) Doc ID 2372664.1.
  • E1: 31B/43C: Blend Lot Recost R31B30 - contains: Blend recost functionality and R31B30 process flow. Doc ID 2368223.1.
  • E1: 31B/40G: Blend and Grower Inventory (Consumables, Additives, Spray Items) Commitment Processing - contains: activating inventory commitment processing, and inventory commitment functionality. Doc ID 2368852.1.
  • E1: 31B/40G: Blend and Grower Operations Setup Overview - contains: overview of Blend and Grower base operation structure and how to modify to accommodate business practices. Doc ID 2366753.1.
  • E1: 31B/40G: Blend Management Interoperability - contains: overview information and data requirements for using the interoperability functionality with E1 Blend and Grower Management. Doc ID 2365544.1.
  • E1: 31B/40G: Blend and Grower Management Cost Accounting - contains: operational and standard costing, accounting groups and AAI setup, Blend/Grower AAIs, and Cost Accounting report (R31B802). Doc ID 2364656.1.
  • E1: 31B/40G: Blend and Grower Management Costing Setup, Operation Lot Costs and Expense Spreading - contains: costing setup, operation lot costs update functionality, expense spreading functionality, and lot costs rules and functionality. Doc ID 2363369.1.

Often, it is difficult to define, associate and track the Demand and associated Supply for a Customer Order, as it moves from Sales Order Entry through Material Management through Shop Floor Activities and Final Shipment. Production Number functionality within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne the system allows an User/Planner to define and track Customer Demands from Sales Order Entry through Final Shipment.


Demands can be tracked using a unique Production Number, which is generated or entered at the time of Sales Order Entry or Forecast Entry. Material Requirements Planning (MRP) populates all messages generated from the Customer Demand with the Production Number. It is usually a User Defined, Structured Format Identifiers based on Production Number Type, Company, Production Number Structure definition, one or more Sequence Codes and a Next Number.


For more information on Setup, Use and Functionality of Production Numbers, please review the below KM Docs:

  • Project Manufacturing and Production Numbers (Doc ID 1503442.1)
  • Project Manufacturing and Production Number Reported Bugs, Solutions and Enhancement Requests (Doc ID 646524.1)
  • Case Study - Using Production Numbers in Distribution Applications (Doc ID 2060395.1)
  • Advisor Webcast: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Production Numbers in Manufacturing (Doc ID 2231305.1)

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