How are #JDEdwards customers transforming their organizations to compete a digital economy? Hear from Lyle Ekdahl at the JD Edwards Collaborate19 keynote session. Register now. http://bit.ly/2XKOlsa #C19TX
COLLABORATE 19 is the annual technology and applications forum for the Oracle user community hosted by the IOUG, OAUG, and Quest International user groups, happening April 7–11 in San Antonio. Oracle Customer Support Services will be participating at the conference, with experts available at venues and networking events throughout the week to share best practices for adopting and optimizing Oracle solutions. c19tx To learn more about Support’s participation at Collaborate19, visit the "Learn and Connect with Oracle Support at Collaborate19" article on the My Oracle Support blog: http://bit.ly/2HFJ28z
This new KM document talks about credit hold in Sales Order Entry (P4210) when amount would cause a greater than credit limit amount situation or when the Accounts Receivable amount is past due 60 or more days. Doc ID 2509616.1. http://ora.cl/Gz795
Join this session at Collaborate19 on Wednesday at 12:45. Justin Walker from the JD Edwards Oracle Technical Support team will be presenting tips and tricks for going to the Oracle Cloud with key topics of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, One-Click Provisioning and migration to the cloud. Register now. http://bit.ly/2Ur3IUm
JD Edwards has a great option for tracking and reporting on Affordable Care Act (ACA). Attend this session at Collaborate19 on Tuesday at 2:00 PM. Mackenzie Foster from the JD Edwards Oracle HCM Support team will be presenting on ACA setup, how to generate forms and also some troubleshooting tips. http://bit.ly/2O4IucN
Commitment and encumbrances are key pieces of Budgetary Reporting and Government Finance. Attend this session at Collaborate19 on Tuesday at 10:30 AM. Mike Curley from the JD Edwards Oracle Distribution Support team will be presenting best practices to manage commitments and encumbrances as well as troubleshoot tools to assist with complex commitment integrity issues. http://bit.ly/2XQnJpG
Want to learn more about the EnterpriseOne Search feature - uses and capabilities as well as how to implement it? Attend this session at Collaborate19 on Tuesday at 10:30 AM. Yannick Melendez from the JD Edwards Oracle Technical Support team will be presenting an overview of the feature, implementation steps and some commonly encountered issues. http://bit.ly/2HrYWlQ
Statements are sent to customers to inform them of their account activities. For example, a statement can be printed for a customer to show their current open balance or a summary of their account. Statements can be printed or displayed online for review. Once statements are processed they can be reprinted or reset if necessary.
Statements are generated by running the Statement Notification Refresh (R03B500X) which uses data from the Customer Ledger (F03B11), the A/R Check Detail (F03B14) and the Invoice Revisions (F03B112) tables to print statements. Once this information is gathered, R03B500X uses this information to write records to the A/R Notification History (F03B20) and the A/R Notification History Detail (F03B21) tables. This then calls the A/R Statement Print Driver (R03B5005), which submits any print job or version for statements and calls the Statement Print Program. There are various standard Statement Print programs available, which are set up in user defined code (UDC) 03B/ST, and designated for use in the Statement Notification Refresh (R03B500X) processing options:
Statement Print (R03B5001)
Kagami Invoice Statement (R03B5001JP)
Italian Statement Print (R03B5002)
Statement Print Credit Card (R03B5003)
Statement Print with Draft (R03B506)
More details on how this process works, common issues and troubleshooting tips could be found in:
How To Set Up and Generate Accounts Receivable Statements In JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable (Doc ID 625781.1)
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions about A/R Statements (Doc ID 625842.1)
There are lot of JD Edwards clients running their production and shop floor activities 24 x 7. When having such situations, especially when using standard costing (07) work orders, certain best practices need to be considered for avoiding unnecessary variances or other integrity issues on the financial side.
An important part of the issues discovered during WO closure or later on, during the G/L Posting (R09801) can be avoided by refraining from doing any cost rollup changes while production work orders are still open and most important the unaccounted units are not cleared.
A detailed explanation of each situation that can potentially trigger incorrect financial results is detailed under solution R30835 Running Manufacturing Costing and Accounting Programs While Running Shop Floor 24/7 (Doc ID 1374908.1).
Currently all the elements in a BSSV request message are flagged as optional. This document shows how to modify an element in the request VO of a published BSSV so that it is mandatory. Doc ID 2507833.1. http://ora.cl/Mj4Z7
If a user indicates an incorrect GL date when running Sales Update (R42800), the invoice batch will be created with an incorrect GL date. This new KM document explains the impact and what can be done. Doc ID 2507288.1. http://ora.cl/xW5gQ
Have you ever identified a batch that posted completely but not correctly?
Maybe, during your review of integrity reports you identified a batch where the AE entry was not created but the remainder of the entries in the batch are posted. Or, you may have identified a batch where the debits do not equal the credits but all the entries in the batch are posted.
After researching the batch, you identify the amounts and accounts that are missing entries. Now what?
How do you create a journal entry, or multiple journal entries, to bring the batch back into balance? How do you create a one-sided journal entry and then successfully post the journal entry to update the Account Ledger (F0911) and the Account Balance (F0902) tables?
Our knowledge document How To Create and Post a One-Sided Journal Entry (Doc ID 2513031.1) walks you through successfully creating and posting a one-sided journal entry.
This new KM document highlights the Order Guides functionality available in Sales Order Entry (P42101) and shows required setup along with some of the available features. Doc ID 2506419.1. http://ora.cl/zl5Q1
This new KM document explains different ways you can modify your view of panels in FDA. The document shows several different things, with screen prints, that you can change to personalize your view. Doc ID 2504148.1. http://ora.cl/t89BK
Focus On Documents for JD Edwards are available on LearnJDE.com for COLLABORATE19 - showing all JD Edwards Oracle presented sessions. Review and register for #JDEdwards sessions that will enable your organizations digital transformation. http://bit.ly/C19JDESessions
<Mar 11, 2019 9:13:56 AM UTC> <SEVERE> <Fatal error in NodeManager server>
weblogic.nodemanager.common.ConfigException: Identity key store file not found: C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\user_projects\domains\base_domain\security\DemoIdentity.jks
at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
Cause : DomoIdentity.jks file is missing under below location
Solution : There are multiple solution for this issue , please refer the document for more information --> FMW/WLS New Configuration with Latest JDK Failing to Start - ConfigException: Identity key store file not found: DemoIdentity.jks (Doc ID 2357811.1)
Here we will follow the solution 2 (Re-generate DemoIdentity.jks, then start Web:Logic Server and Node Manager) to resolve our issue
Step 1 : Open the cmd prompt as administrator
Step 2 : Using cd command navigate to the location --> C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\wlserver\server\bin
Step 3 : Execute the setWLSEnv.cmd bat file
Step 4 : Now navigate to the directory C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\user_projects\domains\base_domain\security using cd command
Step 5 : run the command "java utils.CertGen -keyfilepass DemoIdentityPassPhrase -certfile democert -keyfile demokey -strength 2048 -noskid"
Step 6 : Now run the command "java utils.ImportPrivateKey -keystore DemoIdentity.jks -storepass DemoIdentityKeyStorePassPhrase -keyfile demokey.pem -keyfilepass DemoIdentityPassPhrase -certfile democert.pem -alias demoidentity"
Step 7 : verify whether Demoidentity.jks file is created
Step 8 : Now start the nodemanager and verify the nodemanager.log to verify whether nodemanager process started successfully or not
Explore the journey you can take to achieve the benefits of #JDEdwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 on your road to digital transformation. Join Bob Monahan and Gary Grieshaber at Collaborate 19 on April 8. Monday at 3:15 PM. http://bit.ly/2TzhZkz
How does #JDEdwards empower your organization to thrive in the business reality of a digital economy? Hear from Lyle Ekdahl at the JD Edwards Collaborate19 keynote session. Monday at 10:30 AM. Register now. http://bit.ly/2XKOlsa
This new KM document explains how you can restrict access to "Assign Subscriptions" (P980053X) and "My Subscription" (controlled in UDO feature security) to allow only certain users to access these features. Doc ID 2503750.1. http://ora.cl/rT22X
Planning to attend #C19TX? Quest is running a 20% off special for advance registration today and tomorrow only (March 7 and 8). Visit http://bit.ly/2UoU8kZ and use code QuestFlash20. (Savings applicable to new, full-conference registrations.)
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After applying an ESU you may find that custom Solution Explorer Task IDs that you had no longer exist because the ESU overwrote them with JDE-provided task IDs. This document provides information and what you need to do to prevent this. Doc ID 2501336.1. http://ora.cl/zU2Fm