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A/R Constants

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A client has been using the OneWorld A/R - Line of business option on the
account receivable constants. This represents a different Customer Master
by company. They now want to change to only one Customer Master, which will
be done changing to the OneWorld A/R option. We are not sure which
implications exist if they do this change. Does anybody have experience
with this change?

Regards,



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MKlehm

Member
There is only one flag in the system (data item SEPF) that determines
whether an environment is using World or OneWorld, which is found in the A/R
Constants under Enhanced A/R. It controls which A/R files Sales Update will
write to and how records are written to the Customer Master (F0301) and the
Customer Master by Line of Business (F03012). The F03012 is a new addition
as of B732 and it's functionality is explained in the A/R manual.

So, your options are:

1) WorldSoftware A/R: This will write 1 record to the F0301 and 1 record
to the F03012 for each customer. This is used for running OneWorld Sales
Order with World A/R.

2) OneWorld A/R: This will write 1 record to the F0301 and 1 record to the
F03012 for each customer. This is used for running either World or OneWorld
Sales Order.

3) OneWorld A/R - Line of Business: This will write 1 record to the F0301
and potentially many records to the F03012 for each customer. This is used
for running either World or OneWorld Sales Order.

From your message, it sounds like option 3 has been used and now the
customer wants to go to option 2. If this is the case, consider deleting
all records from the F03012 where the Company (AICO) is not equal to '00000'
(after backing up, of course).

-Mike Klehm

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>Date: Tue, 5 Dec 2000 17:10:02 -0800 (PST)
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G

Guest

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Also, what the 'by line of business' is used for, is so that OneWorld can store different customer master information for the same customer but for different OneWorld Companies.

For instance, your JDE company 10 sells to customer ABC Company and so does your JDE company 20. However, co 10 and 20 have their own credit limits and payment terms for ABC. The OW Credit/Collections management system also displays in line of business format; hence the company 00000 record and in our example company 00010 and 00020 records in cr/collections mgmt.

If you are not using it in this way, and your 'non-00000' records in the F03012 are identical to the 00000 record, then it is most likely safe to delete them from the file and change the constants setting as MKlehm suggested.

Customer master is used to store defaults for the customer. So, if you delete the specific company records the 00000 will become the source of the 'defaults' for any OW company using the customer record.
 
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