KM document 2246772.1 and Enhancement bug 25114679 discusses an enhancement that allows for Inventory to be moved to a Temporary Inventory In Transit account at the time of Ship Confirm (P4205) where it remains until the temporary account is relieved at Sales Update (R42800). This new KM document discusses how the processes will work with Sales Intercompany Orders (SI/SK/OK) where inventory is sold by a selling company and shipped by a different supplying company. Doc ID 2611992.1. http://ora.cl/xR65y
We are glad to announce the functionality for multi-currency in Lease Management is included in the latest ESU available for this application. This ESU also streamlines Re-measurement and Early Termination functionality.
Please see Lease Accounting: Multi-Currency Lease Processing ESU Update Additional Information (Doc ID 2607829.1) for more information on this ESU. The Real Estate Implementation Guides for 9.1 and 9.2 have also been updated with explanations of the new functionality.
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JD Edwards has released multi-currency functionality required to comply with the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) Standards for Lease Accounting. This new KM document provides details about the changes and bugs needed for implementing the changes. Doc ID 2607829.1. http://ora.cl/UB113
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JD Edwards has released the multi-currency functionality required to comply with the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) Standards for Lease Accounting. Previously delivered JD Edwards enhancements include the Revenue Recognition for Lessors, FASB 13 Straight-line Rent for Lessors improvements, Balance Sheet Lessee Accounting for Property and Non-Property, and Lease Term Changes for 9.1 and 9.2 to help lessors and lessees meet the new Lease Accounting standards. This new KM document talks about the announcement of Balance Sheet Accounting for Multi-Currency. Doc ID 2607318.1. http://ora.cl/0gL1Z
This new KM document explains how to create billable freight lines at Freight Update (R4981) for ship to addresses that require tax and addresses and that do not require tax when creating billable freight charges. Doc ID 2607269.1. http://ora.cl/Hd8FX
Starting with Tools Release 220.127.116.11, the Orchestrator Studio is included with the AIS (Application Interface Server) download available from the Update Center. The user experience has been redone to make it more intuitive and easier to use and new features have been added including Scheduler UI for starting and stopping schedules and Security Application for setting up users that are able to login to Orchestrator. See this new KM document for more information about implementing the changes. Doc ID 2606846.1. http://ora.cl/Pe864
JD Edwards announces the general availability of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Release 9.2 Update 4. Applications Release 9.2 Update 4 is a cumulative Update that contains all Application patches, certifications, localizations, regulatory and ERP enhancements that have been delivered since GA Release of Applications 9.2 in October 2015 up through enhancements released in October 2019. Check out the details in KM Doc ID: 2617089.1 http://ora.cl/KM5w7
For some companies the end of year is approaching soon on December 31 and it is recommended to check and see whether encumbrances/commitments are in balance prior of running the R4317 Encumbrance Rollover.
In addition, we added a new knowledge document that talks about some changes in a previous release that affects functionality to cancel/close requisitions (OR) using R4317. Please refer to Mass Cancel Or Closure of Requisitions (OR) Using R4317 if Document Type is not Setup on the 40/CT UDC (Doc ID 2588550.1).
As you are aware we have several knowledge documents that will guide you through this process. Prior of starting with the year end process in procurement, it is advised to be "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 646593.1) An 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)
Watch this quick tour video to see highlights of the new #JDEdwards compare tools for business views, tables, and a report design aid, released with Tools Release 9.2.4 for a 64-bit deployment server. http://bit.ly/2rrWZ3u
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When creating EDI 820 payments using Create A/P Bank Tape - EDI Format UBE (R47052T), information on an intermediary bank needs to be submitted as well as the supplier’s own bank information. This is because some suppliers are paid via an intermediary bank. This new KM document talks about how you can add the intermediary bank information to the EDI files for EDI 820 payments. Doc ID 2605750.1. http://ora.cl/xB3bc
A new Processing Option has been added to the Calculate Withholding UBE (R04580) to specify whether the system uses the taxable amount or the gross amount to calculate the withholding amount. See this new KM document to get information about the ESU needed to implement this functionality. Doc ID 2605689.1. http://ora.cl/Me6j5
Want to enable your sales personnel to more quickly create orders for regular customers and frequently ordered items? The #JDEdwards Order Guides enhancement can help, and it requires no modifications to the base Sales Order Entry application. Read how it works here: http://bit.ly/2PkyOf3
See #Oracle Cloud Infrastructure in action with your #JDEdwards applications, and interact with product experts live! Attend this Oracle Cloud virtual lab on December 18 and see how easy it is to migrate your JD Edwards applications to OCI. Register here: http://bit.ly/2OWurb5
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In years past, there were rounding issues do to the Data Decimal precision between the CTS1 Unaccounted Unit fields in various manufacturing files set to (2 display decimals) VS TRQT Transaction Qty in various manufacturing files set to (4 display decimals). The precision difference between the two has notoriously caused incorrect journal entries, pennies left in the WIP account, and integrity issues between the Cardex F4111 and G/L F0911. Don’t worry these type of rounding issues can now be addressed in E1 Manufacturing Accounting. The information in the below document explains the functionality of the new Display Decimal Conversion Program (R8931CTSX), and how it’s obtained.
CTSx Display Decimal Conversion Program (R8931CTSX) (Doc ID 2481837.1)
CTSx Display Decimal Conversion Program (R8931CTSX) (Doc ID 2529405.1)
Have you ever searched endlessly for fields in Databrowser or interactive applications? Searching for fields can be very time consuming. A time saving trick to easily and quickly locate fields in Databrowser and applications is to use the CTRL+F keyboard function. When the CTRL+F (short for Find) function is performed, a dialog box will open. Simply type in the field name in the dialog box and the field being searched for will highlight in yellow as shown below. Click next to view all the fields that contain the name being searched for.
Here is an example in Databrowser:
Here is an example in an interactive application:
Hopefully this tip will save you time searching for fields in the future.
This new KM document explains why you might receive error "Transfer Invalid" (error ID 31PZ) when transferring manufactured items between branches using application Inventory Transfers (P4113). Doc ID 2603752.1. http://ora.cl/Xl6W7
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release 9.2.4 was delivered in November 2019. This new KM document outlines the specifics of support aligning with the application releases and provides additional information about 32-bit / 64-bit compatibility. Doc ID 2603320.1. http://ora.cl/Iw6IX
Don’t miss the last Northern California RUG meeting of 2019 for #JDEdwards scheduled on December 12 in Pleasanton. #JDE business users will share their ideas and experience on cloud. http://bit.ly/2Y6wVGH
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The Standard Receipts Entry application (P03B102) allows discounts to be applied regardless of whether the Discount Due Date had passed or not. Discounts taken after the Discount Due Date are considered unearned discounts. This new KM document provides examples and how the discounts are handled. Doc ID 2602819.1. http://ora.cl/6FY3l
This new KM document talks about building a load containing multiple shipments with different promised delivery dates manually entered during Sales Order entry and determining the promised delivery date for the load. Doc ID 2602662.1. http://ora.cl/zQ0y7
The most-referenced #JDEdwards Payroll year-end document, especially this time of year, is the ESU information doc, “2019 Year End Electronic Software Update (ESU) Information for US (W-2s) and Canadian (T4s)”. Review Doc ID 743162.1 at http://bit.ly/10ECYmw
Now Click on Synchronize configuration button to Synchronize the rest.ini changes
Step 2 : Restart HTML & AIS Service
Note : HTML Service should be restarted before AIS Service.
We can use SM console to restart HTML Service
Once HTML Service has been started successfully , now start the AIS Service using SM console
Step 4 : Verify the AIS Scheduler status
Verify the AIS Server e1root.log to verify whether AIS Scheduler has been started successfully or not.
We can also verify the status from Orchestrator Studio --> Scheduler User Interface
Step 4 : Schedule a orchestration to autostart
To test whether scheduler auto start the AIS Server jobs , we created the below simple orchestration to submit the UBE R0006P every 1 hour
Whenever below orchestration is executed it will submit the UBE R0006P
This Orchestration is attached to the schedule "Every 1 hour" to trigger the job.
Now Login into Orchestrator Studio then access scheduler user interface & click on the below highlighted option to make this job as an autostart job
These records are stored in the table F980059. These records can be viewed or deleted using the application P980059
Restart the HTML Service and AIS Server Service. We can verify from AIS Server Scheduler UI , whether jobs are running or not. Now this orchestration is scheduled to run at every 1 hour & these job will be auto started whenever AIS Server is restarted. Here after we no need to use postman or curl call to start the AIS Scheduler.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne notifications enable you to improve your business efficiency through the use of proactive notifications that are actionable. Proactive notifications enable the system to notify users of business events as they happen without the need for the user to be online.
This section discusses delivered notifications that you can use with the Accounts Receivable system. For a complete listing of available notifications, along with additional information about them, see the Notifications Cross Reference in Oracle Support (Document 2365066.1 - JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Delivered Notifications).
For additional information about using and subscribing to notifications, see these topics: