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    Question on Price Override Code in Sales Order Prog

    I used "credit order from history" to create CO. I drew the order without
    changing the price. However, in some CO, the flag "price override code" is 1 but
    some CO does not show 1. I try to compare these two types of orders( with flag
    and without-flag and did not see any pattern.

    Anyone knows why the price override code is on and the cause of it?


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    RE: Question on Price Override Code in Sales Order Prog

    The price override flag (PROV in the F4211) is set automatically by the
    system under certain circumstances so that orders will not be repriced when
    running the Reprice Sales Price/Cost program. The circumstances that set
    this flag are:

    1. Any entry of a price manually in order entry.
    2. Copying the order from another order
    3. Blanket Order Release
    4. Creating Credits from History

    This is a very good thing to have the system do, because generally you want
    the system to skip repricing these orders. The only problem is that when
    this flag is set, the price history (F4074) from Advanced Pricing is kept
    hidden, so the visibility of any discounts or taxes based on Advanced
    Pricing is lost.

    The reason some of your credit orders have this flag set and some don't is
    probably because some orders were created from history and some were
    manually entered. If you are getting inconsistent results from creating
    credits from history I would report that to the Response Line at JDE.

    I have noticed some recent changes in how this works regarding the
    visibility of price adjustments. For example, Blanket Order Releases no
    longer 'lose' their price adjustment history. I'm not sure if credit orders
    from history recently changed as well. In either case, the PROV flag should
    be set by the system automatically when blankets are released and credits
    from history are done.

    If the PROV flag is set and the system doesn't show the price adjustment
    history, you can run a UBE to blank out the flag and the price adjustments
    will then be visible and available to print on the invoice and be used by
    Sales Update for the accounting.

    I hope this helps you get started.

    Andy Klee
    Klee Associates
    JD Edwards Certified Professional
    Tel: 970 856 4811

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    Re: RE: Question on Price Override Code in Sales Order Prog

    Is this field F4211.PROV shown anywhere on the SO application? So that user can see and know which lines' price will be updated when they run R42950 to update price?

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    Thanks Andy. This was useful. It helped today 18 years after it was written. Wow.
    Thanks & Regards,
    JDE E1 - 9.2
    Success is the Journey From Knowing to Doing

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