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Unit Price Decimals for Sales and Purchasing

egresch

Member
Our current data dictionary setup for UPRC is 4 digits. We want to have our
sales orders priced at 2 digits and our purchase orders priced at 4 digits.
We use all kinds of discounts in our sales prices that cause 4 digit unit
prices. Even though the F4211 and F4311 have a different DD for unit price,
they both share the pricing history (F4074) which uses UPRC to make
adjustments. So I cannot change the DD for UPRC to 2 digits.

We basically want our sales unit prices to round to 2 digits. The field can
still be 4 digits, but the last two digits would be 00. Example: 2.1100.

Is there a way to tell JDE to round prices to a specfied amount of digits?

Ed Gresch
B7332 NT/SQL SP14.1
 

Mike Dupaix

VIP Member
Ed,

When SO calculates the extended price, it is always expressed with two decimal places. If you want the base price to use only two decimal places, enter the prices as $.XX00 andy you won't have a rounding issue.

sales orders priced at 2 digits and our purchase orders priced at 4 digits.
We use all kinds of discounts in our sales prices that cause 4 digit unit
prices. Even though the F4211 and F4311 have a different DD for unit price,
they both share the pricing history (F4074) which uses UPRC to make
adjustments. So I cannot change the DD for UPRC to 2 digits.

We basically want our sales unit prices to round to 2 digits. The field can
still be 4 digits, but the last two digits would be 00. Example: 2.1100.

Is there a way to tell JDE to round prices to a specfied amount of digits?

Ed Gresch
B7332 NT/SQL SP14.1




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