Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Homebuilder Management provides industry-specific functionality in a flexible framework to manage, coordinate, communicate, and analyze profitability throughout the home-building cycle. When you print invoices, the system can run up to three print programs, each of which generates its own form. If you are printing an invoice for a commercial contract, you might run only the Print U.S. The processing options for this program enable you to indicate that you want to print the Voucher ACRN Information report.
An accounts receivable department plays an important role in managing the cash flow of a business; it is responsible for processing invoices for goods and services sold to customers of an organization and applying payments from these same customers.
The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable system from Oracle helps you manage the cash flow with the flexibility for effective cash management. With the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable system, you can streamline the day-to-day functions of the entire accounts receivable department. For organizations that have offices around the world, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne software provides the flexibility needed to operate in multiple countries, each with unique currency, language, and statutory requirements. The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable system works with other JD Edwards EnterpriseOne systems to ensure that all information is fully integrated into the general ledger and customer ledger. This section provides an overview of the steps that are required to implement the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable system. In the planning phase of the implementation, take advantage of all JD Edwards EnterpriseOne sources of information, including the installation guides and troubleshooting information. When determining which electronic software updates (ESUs) to install for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable, use the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and JD Edwards World Change Assistant. See "Setting Up Organizations" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Financial Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide. See "Creating the Chart of Accounts" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Financial Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide. See "Setting Up the General Accounting System" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications General Accounting Implementation Guide. See "Setting Up General Accounting for Multicurrency Processing" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Multicurrency Processing Implementation Guide. See "Setting Up Exchange Rates" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Multicurrency Processing Implementation Guide. See "Setting Up the General Accounting System, Setting Up Ledger Type Rules for General Accounting" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications General Accounting Implementation Guide. See "Entering Address Book Records" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Address Book Implementation Guide. Set up Accounts Receivable constants, user–defined codes (UDCs), next numbers, automatic accounting instructions (AAIs), and payment terms. See "Setting Up Electronic Banking for Brazil" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Localizations for Brazil Implementation Guide. Set up algorithms, execution lists, and customer master records for automatic receipts processing. Set up date patterns, activity codes, delinquency policies, fee instructions, credit insurance policies, and credit and collection managers for credit and collections management processing.
See "Setting Up Batch Approval and Post Security" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Financial Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide.
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The table below looks at the statistics for JDE EnterpriseOne skills in IT contracts advertised across the UK. When calculating average contractor rates, daily rates are not derived from quoted hourly rates or vice versa. The following table is for comparison with the above and provides statistics for the entire Business Applications category in contract jobs advertised across the UK. The demand trend of contract jobs citing JDE EnterpriseOne as a proportion of all IT contracts with a match in the Business Applications category. This chart provides the 3-month moving average for daily rates quoted in IT contract jobs citing JDE EnterpriseOne within the UK. This chart provides the 3-month moving average for hourly rates quoted in IT contractor jobs citing JDE EnterpriseOne within the UK.
The table below looks at the demand and provides a guide to the median contractor rates quoted in IT jobs citing JDE EnterpriseOne within the UK over the 3 months to 31 July 2016. For the 6 months to 31 July 2016, IT contractor jobs citing JDE EnterpriseOne also mentioned the following skills in order of popularity. The figures indicate the number co-occurrences and its proportion to all contract ads with a requirement for JDE EnterpriseOne.
Use these processing options to define the print date range, specify the test result names, and specify whether to print the appellation and geographic area hierarchy on the report. These processing options specify whether to print the appellation and geographic area codes only or include the hierarchies. Specify whether to run the report for just one appellation or for the specified appellation and all descendents. Specify whether to run the report for just one growing area or for the specified growing area and all descendents. Sort the report by block code, crush site, contract ID, variety code, start date, or EUR code. These processing options define how to sort the data, determine the date range to print, specify the reporting unit of measure, and specify whether to include the EUR receipt quantity on the report. Specify the unit of measure of gross weight, tare weight, and net weight to be printed on the report. Specify a unit of measure if you want to display quantity received in a unit of measure other than the one that is specified in the processing option called Reporting UOM - Quantity. Specify whether to print the allocation amount of each EUR for the weigh tag receipt quantity. On the Manage Harvest form, select a harvest for which you created scheduled harvest operations, select Print Scheduled Harvest Details from the Select Record(s) field and click the Go button.
Use this program to print a report with harvest operation information, such as planned, and actual dates, harvest quantities, and areas, deliver date, receipt branch and so on. If you run this program from Batch Versions program (P98305W), the report displays all operations with a base operation of Harvest. Use the Crush and Purchase report (R40G150A) to generate a listing of crop quantities that were crushed or purchased during a specified reporting period.
Because all purchases and receipts for a facility are processed using a weigh tag, you use the weigh tag as the basis for including quantities on the report. You set up these standard values in the Quality Result Limits program (P40G151) and store them in the Quality Result Limits table (F40G151). The first step for generating the Crush and Purchase report is to run a data extraction using the Crush and Purchase Report - Build program (R40G1501). The system stores the extracted data in the Crush and Purchase Report Details table (F40G150). After you have extracted the data into the Crush and Purchase Report Details table, you can manually update the information and enter additional information. For the Crush and Purchase Report, you can use either the report provided or you can create custom reports based on report indicators.
Purchase detail: Includes only purchases from growers, with information on quantity, actual and acceptable Brix levels, Brix adjustment factors and limits, and base and net pricing. Distilling material and substandard crops: Includes only purchases from growers, with information about quantity and Brix levels. These processing options control processing for the Crush and Purchase Report - Build program. If the processing option is not defined or an unknown value is encountered, the system processes using the default value Grown internally. Specify the test result name to be used to retrieve the Brix level from the Test Results table (F3711). Specify the special assessment factor to use for material that results from crush operations and is not purchased from another grower. Constants are default settings that the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Real Estate Management (REM) system uses to process requests, generate billings, and perform other tasks. The system stores system constant information in the Property Management Constants table (F1510B). Because you generate invoices and vouchers from the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Real Estate Management system, you must also set up the Accounts Receivable (AR) and Accounts Payable (AP) constants. Enter the code that specifies the method that the system uses to retrieve the business unit, which determines the revenue account. 0: The system uses the building number as the revenue business unit, regardless of any business unit that is defined in the AAIs.
The Expense Account AAIs (RMxxxx) are used in the same way during Accounts Payable processing as the Revenue Account AAIs (PMxxxx) are used during Accounts Receivable processing. If you select this check box, the system bypasses tax processing and does not display tax processing fields.
You can only enter a value in this field when you are setting up constants for company 00000. If you select this check box, the system only allows you to make changes to the latest version of the lease.
If you select this check box, the system validates the rentable area when you are entering building, floor, and unit information.
When the system validates the rentable area, the total square footage of the floors cannot exceed the total square footage of the building. The total square footage of the floors cannot exceed the total square footage of the building. If you select this check box, the system validate alternate area 1, alternate area 2, and alternate area 3 when you enter building, floor, and unit information. For validation purposes, the total square footage of the floors cannot exceed the total square footage of the building. UDC values are required in many fields in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Real Estate Management system. Defines the types of business units with which you work, such as office building or warehouse. Defines the types of units that consist of rentable areas for which leases exist, such as office, condo, apartment, or retail store. Defines the types of leases for billing and reporting purposes, such as operating agreement or sublease.
O: Enter this value in the first position of the Description 2 field to indicate that the lease type is open-ended.
S: Enter this value in the first position of the Description 2 field to indicate that the lease type is a sublease. NA: Enter this value in the first two positions of the Description 2 field to indicate that the lease as speculative.
Defines the status of a lease for billing and reporting purposes, such as expired, holdover, or terminated.
X: Enter this value in the first position of the Description 2 field to indicate that the lease status is inactive.
For facilities, the log class can define building permits, features and amenities, and fire protection systems.
B: Enter this value in the first position of the Description 2 field to indicate that the log class is a building.
F: Enter this value in the first position of the Description 2 field to indicate that the log class is a floor. L: Enter this value in the first position of the Description 2 field to indicate that the log class is a lease. O: Enter this value in the first position of the Description 2 field to indicate that the log class is an option.
U: Enter this value in the first position of the Description 2 field to indicate that the log class is a unit. Defines the facility amenities that are identified in a log line, such as the number of rentable units and elevator banks, and seating capacity. Defines another level of detail for goods that are sold by tenants, such as jewelry or office furnishings for a retail store. Defines the types of sales reports that are provided by tenants, such as estimated, actual, or verbal.
Defines the adjustment reasons or causes for changes in originally reported sales, such as a correction or a miscellaneous adjustment.
Defines the types of fees that the system uses to calculate revenue, such as lease commissions or management fees. LS: Enter this value in the first two positions of the Description 2 field to indicate that the revenue fee type is lease-based. CCAR: Enter this value in the first four positions of the Description 2 field to indicate that the revenue fee type is based on a business unit from the Accounts Receivable system. CCGL: Enter this value in the first four positions of the Description 2 field to indicate that the revenue fee type is based on a business unit from the General Accounting system.


Defines the types of fees and interest that the system uses to generate charges against invoices, such as delinquency fees and security deposit interest. Defines the types of area that the system uses to calculate rent, such as rentable area or usable area. Defines whether the option standard is a recurring option throughout the term of the lease. You can create automatic accounting instructions (AAIs) for each unique combination of company and either billing code, adjustment reason code, or general ledger (GL) offset code. The adjustment account for a receipt transaction, which the system either debits or credits, depending on how it is used. For example, the system uses the RASI to identify the account to credit for interest that is earned on a security deposit; and RABD to identify the write-off account to debit for bad debt. The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Real Estate Management system and the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable system each use specific adjustment reason codes. Because of the relationship among AAIs, bill codes, and adjustment reason codes, you must set up AAIs before you set up bill codes and adjustment reason codes. Specify the version of the P0012 program to use when you access the program from the Form menu. Enter code that determines the trade account that the system uses as the offset when you post invoices or vouchers. Enter a value that specifies whether the record is a bill code or an adjustment reason code. Enter the two-character numeric code that indicates the order in which the system applies the receipt to the invoice pay item based on the bill code. The priority application code is applicable only when you load invoices for receipt entry and when you select the Priority Code Application field. 00: Enter this value for bill codes that you use on credit memos (negative invoices) when you want to use the feature to automatically apply receipts to specific credit memos only. 99: Enter this value for bill codes that you use on invoices that the system bypasses when you use the feature to automatically apply receipts to invoices. Enter a value that indicates whether the bill code is subject to fee and interest calculations. You must complete this field if you entered A(for adjustment) in the Bill Code or Adj field. Enter a value that specifies whether to use the bill code as the default value for unapplied receipts if the Unapplied Bill Code field is blank. Enter a value that specifies whether to allow the invoices that are generated with the bill code to be paid. W: Allow invoices that generated with this bill code to be paid, but issue a warning message. Enter a value that specifies whether invoices for the bill code require a value in the Remark field in the Receipts Entry form. Set up billing frequency information, or cycles, for recurring and irregular billings such as rent, expense participation, escalations, and sales overage in the Billing Frequency Information program (P15019).
Regardless of the type of billing cycle, you must assign it a fiscal date pattern code so that the system can correlate the period with a calendar. For periodic billings, assign a fiscal date pattern code that is set up in the F0008 table. You can add or revise fiscal date pattern codes by accessing the Date Patterns form from the Form menu in the Company Names & Numbers program (P0010).
Verify whether the 52-period date pattern exists by selecting the corresponding option when you set up the weekly billing frequency.
If you enter a fiscal date pattern code that is not set up in the correct table, the system displays an error message when you post billings. The system stores billing frequency information in the Billing Frequency Master table (F15019).
Note: The Set 52 Period Pattern option appears when you select the Weekly option when adding a new billing frequency code. Enter a user-defined value, a number or letter, that identifies how often the system generates billing records. Periods 1–12 correspond to a calendar billing period which is typically associated with a month.
On the Billing Frequency Code Revisions form, you must complete the Bill Frequency Code and Fiscal Date Pattern fields and select the Weekly button and Set 52 Period Pattern check box to set up weekly billing cycles. Based on the ending date of period one, the system calculates ending dates for each of the 52 periods, in seven-day increments. This section provides an overview of tax rate area information, lists prerequisites, discusses how to set up tax rate areas. The Tax Suppress field in the Property Management Constants table (F1510B) controls whether tax processing is in effect and whether the tax-related fields are displayed. The service and tax date must occur within the effective date range that is defined for the tax rate and area. The system automatically supplies the tax rate area for a tenant from either the Customer Master by Line of Business table (F03012) or Supplier Master table (F0401). In addition to the tax explanation codes that are used in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable systems, the Real Estate Management system uses the tax explanation code AR. For example, you want to charge a county tax of 2 percent and a city tax of 3 percent on an invoice with a taxable amount of 1,000. If you use the tax explanation code S, the resulting invoice has only one pay item for 1,000 with a tax amount of 50.
Any tax explanation codes other than AR that you use in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Real Estate Management system are subject to the standard financial tax processing and setup.
See "Understanding Tax Explanation Codes" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Tax Processing Implementation Guide. Enter the code that identifies a tax or geographic area that has common tax rates and tax authorities. Enter the dates when a transaction, contract, obligation, preference, or policy rule becomes effective or ceases to be in effect. For sales taxes, the Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable systems do not use the values in this field.
You must complete this field for tax rate areas that are used with tax explanation code AR. Enter the percentage of tax that is assessed or paid to the corresponding tax authority, based on the tax area.
If the tax rate area is used with tax explanation codes B (VAT plus use) or C (VAT plus sales), you must enter the VAT tax authority and tax rate on the first line of the tax rate area. Although you can use logs to track lease information, the legal clauses provide a more robust means of tracking because you can associate the clause directly with a unit, and you can group all the clauses by tenant instead of by lease only. The system copies any standard lease options automatically based on the setting of a processing option. You can set up areas to use for expense participation calculations instead of using the areas that are set up on the lease.
You can set up square footage or unit information for each detail line for each lease option.
The system provides additional attributes functionality that allows you to track, search and report on the features of buildings, floors, and units.
If you use the same logs to track similar information on the lease or facility, you can use the Log Standards Information program (P1523) to create log standards. When you set up log standards, you must set up the log standard level to identify whether the log pertains to the building, floor, unit, or lease.
Additionally, you can attach a media object (for example, a lease abstract) to a log standard. The system provides processing options that enable you to copy log standards automatically when you add a new lease, building, floor, or unit. In each of these programs, you can select Log Details on the Form menu to access the Log Detail form. If you use legal clauses to track information, you can use the Lease Option Type Information (P157011) program to create lease options to use as a template. The system stores lease option type information in the Lease Option Type Header (F157011) and Lease Option Type Detail (F157012) tables. On the Log Standard Level Selection form, select an option, complete the corresponding field, and then select Revisions from the Form menu.
Enter a name or remark that describes the purpose for using an account or that conveys any other information about the transaction. Enter a description that specifies details about an option type, such as the number of parking spaces. You can set up the system to print user-defined messages on statements that you send to customers. The system stores the statement message codes and associated text in the General Message Detail table (F00192).
If you select the P00191 processing options from the G15412 menu, the system enters the default value of 15. If you select the P00191 processing options from the G15412 menu, the system enters the default value of MS. The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Change Management system from Oracle enables you to monitor changes to a job or project through multiple revisions and approval stages.
Create requotes, which provides an audit trail for multiple quotations and stages of approval outside of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne General Accounting and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Job Cost systems. Create an audit trail in general ledger for line items in the change request as they are modified and approved. Calculate the best amount of a change request line item based on its original, quoted, and final amounts. Manage change requests by attaching related change requests to a planned change order and attaching related planned change orders to a change order. Manage document control that is shared with the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Subcontract Management system.
Use a search facility that supports a wide range of search criteria, such as job number, ledger type, supplier, account cost code, and cost type. Commit change requests to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Subcontract Management and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Contract Billing. The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Change Management system works with other JD Edwards EnterpriseOne systems.
You can commit change requests to subcontracts that you are managing using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Subcontract Management. You can use JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Change Management to track changes jobs you created and are managing using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Job Cost.
You can commit change requests to contracts you are managing using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Contract Billing. You can create an audit trail in general ledger of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne General Accounting system for line items in the change request as they are modified and approved.
This section provides an overview of the steps that are required to implement the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Change Management system. When determining which electronic software updates (ESUs) to install for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Change Management, use the EnterpriseOne and World Change Assistant.
See "Creating Chart of Accounts" in theJD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Financial Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide.
See "Setting Up Ledger Type Rules for General Accounting" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications General Accounting Implementation Guide. See "Setting Up AAIs for General Accounting" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications General Accounting Implementation Guide. On the Work With Batches form, click Select and then on the Work With Invoices form, select Invoice Print from the Row menu. In addition, the accounts receivable department might want to track payment information about their customers to gather statistical information about their paying habits. It provides real-time information so that you can make immediate decisions about extending credit, forwarding collections, and applying cash. You can simplify and accelerate the process of applying receipts and you have up-to-date information that improves communication between the billing and the credit and collections department. We discuss integration considerations in the implementation chapters in this implementation guide. Included is a guide to the contractor rates offered in IT contracts that have cited JDE EnterpriseOne over the 3 months to 31 July 2016 with a comparison to the same period over the previous 2 years. The 'Rank Change' column provides an indication of the change in demand within each location based on the same 3 month period last year. If you enter a geographic area code to print on the report, both values must match the harvest record. If you enter an appellation code in print on the report, both values must match the harvest record. If this processing option is left blank, the start date will not be used in the selection criteria. If this processing option is left blank, the end date will not be used in the selection criteria. Use the Weigh Tag Summary report to view a summary list of weigh tag information for a specified period.


If the start date is blank and the end date is not, the report will print weigh tags for which the operation actual start date is less than or equal to the end date. If the end date is blank and the start date is not, the report will print weigh tags where operation actual start date is greater than or equal to the start date. If the specified unit of measure is different from what is stored in the weigh tag table, the quantity that is received is converted. If the specified unit of measure is different from that which is stored in the weigh tag table, unit of measure conversion will occur for those weight values. If this processing option is left blank, the report column Alternate Unit of Measure will print the original weigh tag quantity that is received along with the original quantity received UOM from the Weigh Tag Master table (F31B85). You can use data selection to narrow the records, for example you can review harvest operations for a specific farm, block, or period, or you could review all active harvest operations by selecting the appropriate status on the operation.
You can use a weigh tag without an associated crush operation, but you cannot report on a crushed quantity without an associated weigh tag. Use the Crush and Purchase Application (P40G150), that you access from the Crush and Purchase Report menu, to make updates and additions as needed. You must report the applied adjustment factor, if a price adjustment based on Brix level exists. If the material type on the weigh tag matches the material type that you specify here, the weigh tag quantity is recorded as distilling material. If the material type on the weigh tag matches the material type that you specify here, the weigh tag quantity is recorded as substandard material. If you enter a value here, this special assessment result appears at the end of the report.
You must define certain constants before you enter information for tenants, facilities, and leases. The options that define the system constants, such as versions, area types, and area validations, appear on the Real Estate Management Constants Revisions form only when you are setting up company 00000. Although various leases may start on different dates throughout the year, they can share the same annual schedule that the property manager establishes. This value is used in sales analysis processing to determine which months are to be included in quarter-to-date (QTD) and year-to-date (YTD) numbers. The system displays a message that indicates that the version is locked when you access any other versions of the lease. In general, you use this code to differentiate the properties and buildings that you manage. The values of T (tenant level) and L (lease level), which are the only values for the UDC, are hard-coded and should not be changed.
Each AAI is associated with a GL account that consists of a business unit, object, and optionally, a subsidiary. You must enter a GL offset in the tax rate area, and then set up the AAI using the GL offset that is specified.
For example, RCRO identifies the receivables trade account for regular office rent, as specified by the GL offset code (RO). You must enter a GL offset for the tax rate area, and then set up the AAI using the GL offset that is specified. For example, PCRENT identifies to the payables trade account for the rent payment that is related to a payable lease, as specified by the GL offset code (RENT). Do not use the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable system adjustment reason codes unless they have also been set up in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Real Estate Management system. The system concatenates the value that you enter to the AAI item RC (for Accounts Receivable) or PC (for Accounts Payable) to locate the trade account. The system applies the payment to invoice pay items with bill codes that are assigned a lower number (higher priority) first. If you set up multiple default bill codes, the system uses the bill code that it locates first in alphabetical order. The system does not display invoices with this bill code on the Receipts Entry form, regardless of whether they were selected for payment using the Load feature and the Select features. For example, if you specify that annual billing should occur in period 12, you must indicate whether period 12 is December or May.
Each billing process posts transactions to the correct period in the general ledger based on the fiscal pattern that is associated with the company on the lease. If a date pattern does not exist, set up the 52-period date pattern in the Set 52 Period Dates program (P0008B).
You must set up special codes (letters A through N) for 4-4-5, 13-period accounting, or any other date pattern that is unique to the environment.
Each tax area can have its taxes assessed by different tax authorities for different purposes and rates.
Consequently, you can set up different tax rates and effective date ranges for the same tax rate and area. Using the code AR and the appropriate tax rate area, the system automatically creates two pay items for the tax information.
For the AP system, a second GL offset (PTxxxx) is required when the tax setup involves VAT plus use taxes (tax explanation code B). If one log standard is required, the system copies all standards automatically based on the setting of a processing option.
For example, if the unit is a parking structure, you can set up space details for each floor of the parking garage that has audit information that is separate from the audit. For leases, the log information defines the terms and conditions of the lease, such as critical dates, lease options, and text descriptions. Log standards are templates or models that you use to track the same information for the same types of leases, buildings, floors, and units. For example, you might make the log line for insurance information required so that a critical date is entered to indicate when insurance information must be received. You can set up options for each lease type that you use, or for specific tenants, but not for both. A processing option in this program controls the kind of floor that the form displays, based on the grouping code.
For example, if the log class represents building features, you can use the amenity ID to further define a feature, such as atrium. If you select this value, the system disables the LC (log class), AM ID (amenity ID), and UM (unit of measure) fields for revisions. The system automatically copies options that are standard when a new lease is added based on the setting of the processing option. For example, you might include a message on statements with invoices in the fifth aging category that is more strongly worded than the message on statements with invoices in the first aging category. For example, you can send information from a subcontract account on a detail line on a change request to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Subcontract Management system.
For example, you can define a detail status code that automatically updates the Job Cost budget ledger. For example, you can send information from a revenue account on a detail line of a change request to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Contract and Service Billing system. The Account Ledger table (F0911) tracks revisions to account balance amounts and quantities by providing a detailed audit trail of transactions. EnterpriseOne and World Change Assistant, a Java-based tool, reduces the time required to search and download ESUs by 75 percent or more and enables you to install multiple ESUs at one time. By understanding customers better, businesses can provide better customer support and manage their cash flow better. Supplemental information about third-party application integrations is located on the My Oracle Support website. Java-based tool, reduces the time required to search and download ESUs by 75 percent or more, and enables you to install multiple ESUs at one time. If both the start and end dates are blank, no filtering will be done on operation actual start date.
If both the start and end dates are blank, no filtering will be done on the operation actual start date. However, the weighted average will not be calculated and printed if the processing option Reporting UOM - Quantity on the Print Options tab is blank. After you select a weigh tag, the system retrieves data from the harvest and the weigh tag operation header. An individual crush operation or purchase transactions might appear in multiple reporting scenarios. If you do not define constants for the company, the system uses the information that is set up for company 00000, which is the default company.
When you use a company number other than the default company 00000, the system displays an abbreviated version of the Real Estate Management Constants Revisions form. If you do make changes, you must be thoroughly familiar with the information that is involved because it is central to the system processes. Individual forms and reports may have processing options that override the value that is entered here. If you do not select this check box, the system allows you to make changes to all versions of a lease. In addition, you can use this code to separate the Real Estate Management business unit types from other types of business units. Billing and GL offset codes are one to four characters and adjustment reason codes are only two characters.
For example, PMRO identifies the revenue account for regular office rent, as specified by the billing code (RO). For example, if the tax rate area CO is set up with the GL offset TXTX, the system generates a journal entry for the tax amount and uses the account that is set up for AAI PMTXTX. For example, RMRENT identifies the expense account for the rent payment that is related to a payable lease, as specified by the billing code (RENT). For example, if the tax rate area CO is set up with the GL offset TXTX, the system generates a journal entry for the tax amount and uses the account that is set up for AAI RMTXTX.
For example, if you enter TRAD, the system searches for the AAI item RCTRAD (for receivables) or PCTRAD (for payables).
For example, if one invoice has three bill codes with priorities 1, 2, and 3, the system applies the receipt to the pay item that has a bill code with a priority 1 first.
The system does not automatically apply receipts to invoices, regardless of the setting of the corresponding processing option, if the priority application code assigned to the bill code is 99. You can set up weekly billing cycles or periodic billing cycles for monthly, quarterly, semiannual, annual, and irregular billing cycles. The fiscal date pattern code defines the beginning and ending of the fiscal year, as well as the number and length of each period for that year. Billing frequencies that are attached to sales overage information must always be assigned a calendar fiscal pattern as sales are processed by calendar year. Period 13 and period 14 are primarily used to extend the periodic billing cycle for weekly billings. The system uses this information and a tax explanation code to calculate the tax amounts for billings when tax processing is in effect.
The system uses the tax rate area, the tax explanation code, and tax rules to calculate tax and GL distribution amounts when you create an invoice or voucher. For facilities, log information might define the areas that you use for expense participation, critical dates, the number of units within a building or on a floor, tenant improvements, or inspection of the sprinkler system. Log standards simplify the setup process for individual leases and facilities and help reduce the possibility of errors.
When you revise the log standard, you change the current information for that log standard from that point forward. For example, you might offer an option for parking on commercial leases that you do not offer on leases for restaurants. If one statement has invoices in multiple aging categories, the system prints the message that is associated with the oldest aging category. Also, the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Change Management system uses a document control feature that is shared with the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Subcontract Management system. Then, when you make a status change to a line item that has that status code assigned to it, the system moves amounts and quantities from the old ledger to the new ledger, thus keeping the ledgers balanced. If multiple adjustments for the specified quality result name exists, the system adds them and reports them as one. You should also ensure that only authorized personnel can access and maintain the constants. Some UDCs contain a special handling code, which directs the system to perform a specific function. Option types include lease details such as mortgage information, options to renew, lease terms, right of first refusal, and insurance information.
Set up UDC values to define codes that are appropriate for the business needs, such as business unit types, tenant lease types, lease status codes, and log classes.




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