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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.

 

Refer to:

  • CTSx Display Decimal Conversion Program (R8931CTSX) (Doc ID 2481837.1)
  • CTSx Display Decimal Conversion Program (R8931CTSX) (Doc ID 2529405.1)

Sometimes when creating an Equipment or Service work order for an asset the system gives the errors “There is an existing Work Order”, CAM error 1A69 or SWM Error ID 113T.  The hard errors stop user from simply entering an additional work order for the asset leaving users confused as to why and asking how to correct this issue. Don’t worry the information in the below document will answer that question for you.

 

Equipment Error ID 1A69 or 113T Work Order Already Exists (Doc ID 885798.1)

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)

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