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A/P Terms Issue

Hi all,

Our Financials A/P system default pay status is Net 30. From the Standard
Voucher Entry screen, we attempt to override this setting with the "Due upon
Receipt"[DUR]) option. The system does not recognize the overriding
selection made. Example: Vendor is set up with 30 day pay; At the point of
entry, we enter an invoice to be due upon receipt. During a standard check
run this invoice should be displayed as payable because we are attempting to
pay out this specific amount. However, on the Cash Requirements sheet, the
invoice continues to default to Net 30 status. Has anyone experienced this
issue before, and if so, what suggestions do you have for resolution?

Current configuration: OneWorld B73.3.2(SP15.1), NT Platform, Windows 2000,
SQL 2000

Mervin W. January
Supervisor, JDEdwards Applications Support
mjanuary@valortelecom.com
Tel: (972)373-1176
Pager: (214)401-1610
 

dschleicher

Active Member
If I understand your issue correctly what we did was to set up another
payment term and just called it "Due Upon Receipt (Override)" - this was
setup identical to the JDE Due Upon Receipt payment term. However, you can
override a different payment term by putting in this new one.

Hope that makes sense...

Dave Schleicher
Senior Support Analyst
LOGIS

OneWorld 7.33.2 sp 11.1
Citrix Clients
Windows NT, Oracle 8i
 

Mike Dupaix

VIP Member
Mervin,

You have not added additional payment terms. Go to you AP setup menu and add DUR to your payment terms table.

Once DUR is a valid payment term, you can access the speed status change in your payment processing, inquire on the voucher/supplier in question and change the payment term for the voucher. You should then be able to run your payments and the voucher will be included.


Our Financials A/P system default pay status is Net 30. From the Standard
Voucher Entry screen, we attempt to override this setting with the "Due upon
Receipt"[DUR]) option. The system does not recognize the overriding
selection made. Example: Vendor is set up with 30 day pay; At the point of
entry, we enter an invoice to be due upon receipt. During a standard check
run this invoice should be displayed as payable because we are attempting to
pay out this specific amount. However, on the Cash Requirements sheet, the
invoice continues to default to Net 30 status. Has anyone experienced this
issue before, and if so, what suggestions do you have for resolution?

Current configuration: OneWorld B73.3.2(SP15.1), NT Platform, Windows 2000,
SQL 2000

Mervin W. January
Supervisor, JDEdwards Applications Support
mjanuary@valortelecom.com
Tel: (972)373-1176
Pager: (214)401-1610



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