3 Enter Customers

This chapter contains these topics:

3.1 Entering Customers

Navigation

From Accounts Receivable (G03), choose Customer & Invoice Entry

From Customer & Invoice Entry (G0311), choose Customer Master Information

Before you can bill a customer for goods or services, you must create a customer record. When you enter a customer, you are setting up information about how the system processes invoice, receipts, and other A/R information.

When entering customers, you:

  • Enter customer identification

  • Enter mailing information

  • Enter additional address information

  • Enter bank account information

  • Enter credit and collection information

  • Enter currency and tax information

  • Enter default G/L distribution information

Customer information is stored in the following tables:

Table Description
Customer Master (F0301) This table contains customer information.
Customer Master - Company/Business Unit Defaults (F03015) This optional table allows you to set up multiple Customer Master defaults for the same customer number based on the company and/or business unit.
Address by Date (F0116) This table contains mailing address information.

3.1.1 Before You Begin

  • Set your processing options to automatically display the forms you will use to enter customers. The tasks described here assume that the following forms display:

    • Address Book Addition (displays irrespective of processing options)

    • Address Book - Additional Information

    • Bank Accounts by Address

3.1.2 What You Should Know About

Topic Description
Deleting customer records You can only delete a customer record that does not have any transactions associated with it in the AR ledger file, F0311.
Multi-Currency To store address book amounts, such as amount invoiced year-to-date and amount invoiced prior-year-end, in a specific currency, you can do one of the following:
  • Set a processing option to enter the default currency code or the company currency of the responsible business unit

  • Enter them manually

Opened By field Once the Address Book record has been added, the Opened By field in Customer Master Information will display the User ID of the person who added the record.

To enter customer identification

On Customer Master Information

Figure 3-1 Customer Master Information screen

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  1. Complete the following optional fields:

    • Customer Number

    • Long Address Number

  2. To access Address Book Addition, press Enter.

Field Explanation
Customer Number A number that identifies an entry in the Address Book system. Use this number to identify employees, applicants, participants, customers, suppliers, tenants, special mailing addresses, and so on.

Form-specific information

If you do not enter a customer number, the system assigns it through Next Numbers.

Long Address Number A user defined name or number that is unique to the address book number. This field can be used to enter and locate information. You can use it to cross-reference the supplier to a Dun & Bradstreet number, a lease number, or other reference.

To enter mailing information

On Mailing Name Addition Window

Figure 3-2 Mailing Name Addition Window screen

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Complete the following fields and press Enter:

  • Alpha Name (optional)

  • Mailing Name

  • Mailing Address (optional)

Field Explanation
Name - Alpha The text that names or describes an address. This 40-character alphabetic field appears on a number of forms and reports. You can enter dashes, commas, and other special characters, but the system cannot search on them when you use this field to search for a name.
Mailing Name The company or person to whom billing or correspondence is addressed.

To enter additional address control information

On Customer Master Information, press F2 to access Address Book Control Revisions

Figure 3-3 Address Book Control Revisions screen

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Enter information into the following optional fields:

  • Consolidation Code

  • Inactive Code

  • Homeland Secure Flag

  • Subledger Inactive

  • AR/AP Netting (Y/N)

  • Tax ID

  • Add'l Ind Tax ID

  • Person/Corp Code

  • Certificate

  • Credit Limit

  • Hold Invoices

  • Hold Sales Order

  • Hold Contract Bill

  • Hold Service Warrant

  • Hold Property Mgmt

  • Hold Service Billing

Field Explanation
Consolidation Code The Consolidation Code is a way to group associated Address Book numbers in order to report on group financial data.
Inactive Code If the code is set to '1', the entity is inactivated. No further activity or action may be performed against the entity.
Homeland Secure Flag A user defined code (UDC table 01/HL) that indicates or identifies an Address Book number in terms of its role in Homeland Security.
Subledger Inactive A code (UDC table 00/SI) that indicates whether the Address Book number can be used as a subledger in the General Accounting system. Any value other than blank indicates that a subledger is inactive. Examples are jobs that are closed, employees that have been terminated, or assets that have been disposed. If a subledger becomes active again, set this field back to blank.
AR/AP Netting A code that indicates whether an address is eligible for use in the A/R and A/P netting process. This value applies to both the Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable systems.
Tax ID The identification code required by various tax authorities. This can be a Social Security number, federal or state corporate tax ID, sales tax number, and so on.
Additional Tax ID An additional identification number that a tax authority assigns to an individual.
Person/Corp Code A code that designates the type of taxpayer.

Valid values for U.S. entities are:

C – Corporate entity (the 20-digit Tax field prints as 12-3456789)

P – Individual (the 20-digit Tax field prints as 123-45-6789)

N – Noncorporate entity (the 20-digit Tax field prints as 12-3456789)

Blank – Corporate entity

Valid values for non-U.S. clients are (used with the 20-digit Company field and Individual field):

1 – Individual

2 – Corporate entity

3 – Both an individual and a corporate entity

Certificate A number that identifies a license or certificate that tax authorities issue to tax-exempt individuals and companies.
Credit Limit The Credit Limit is the maximum negative balance that a customer can be assigned. The credit limit is retained for a customer account in the Customer Master file (F0301). This field is stored as an integer, no decimals.

A zero or blank amount is considered no credit allowed for the customer. If an unlimited credit limit is desired, the user can set a maximum limit by entering a large number, such as 999999999999999.

Hold Invoices A code that allows you to put all A/R invoices for a customer on hold.

Valid values are:

N – No, do not hold invoices.

Y – Yes, hold invoices. Do not allow entry of new A/R invoices. (You can still enter receipts and sales orders.)

Hold Sales Order A code that allows you to prevent any future Sales Order entries for the Address Book Number.
Hold Contract Bill A code that allows you to prevent any future Contract Billing entries for the Address Book Number.
Hold Service Warranty A code that allows you to prevent any future Service Warranty entries for the Address Book Number.
Hold Property Management A code that allows you to prevent any future Property Management entries for the Address Book Number.
Hold Service Billing A code that allows you to prevent any future Service Billing entries for the Address Book Number.

To enter customer bank account information

On Customer Master Information

  1. Choose the Bank Codes function (F8)

    Figure 3-4 Bank Accounts by Address screen

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  2. On Bank Accounts by Address (P0030) complete the following fields:

    • Routing/Transit

    • Account Number

    • Control Digit (optional)

    • Bank Type

    • Currency Code (optional - the currency code field will only be displayed if currency processing is activated)

  3. Access the detail area (F4).

    Figure 3-5 Bank Accounts by Address (Detail) screen

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  4. Complete the following optional fields:

    • Checking/Savings

    • Effective Date

    • Expiration Date/Expiration Reason Code

    • Reference/Roll No.

    • SWIFT Code

    • IBAN

    • Pre-Note Code

    • Secondary Business Unit

  5. To return to Customer Master Information, press Exit (F3) after entering information.

Field Explanation
Routing/Transit The routing and transit number for a particular bank account.
Account Number The account number for a customer's bank account.
Control Digit This is an optional field that allows you to enter a check digit for a bank account number. The check digit is not part of the key to the Bank Account table (F0030).
Bank Type A code used to distinguish external bank accounts from internal bank accounts.

Examples of valid values are:

C – Customer Bank Accounts

G – Internal G/L Bank Accounts

V – Supplier Bank Account for payment via bank tape

D – Default Bank Account for A/R Drafts and Auto Debits

B – Valid Bank Transit Numbers

M – G/L Bank Account/Business Unit used to define print information in A/P payments

Effective Date The date the entry is active and available for use.
Expiration Date The date the entry is no longer active and available for use.
Expiration Reason Code A user defined code (00/XC) that indicates why this entity has expired or is no longer available for use.
SWIFT Code The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT) code is an international banking identification code used to identify the origin and destination of electronic (or wire) financial transfers.
IBAN The International Bank Account Number or IBAN is a series of alphanumeric characters that uniquely identifies a customer's/supplier's account held at a bank anywhere in the world. The IBAN has a maximum of 34 alphanumeric characters.
Account Description A user defined name or remark that describes a field.

Form-specific information

The name of the bank where you will deposit funds.

Reference/Roll Number The recipient's reference number.

For French Electronic Funds Transfer, the six positions of this field are used to indicate the Banque de France sender's number.

Checking/Savings A flag that indicates whether the account is a checking or savings account. This indicator is only meaningful on the G type bank account records and is used during bank tape processing for automatic payments.

Valid values:

blank – checking account

0 – checking account

1 – savings account

Pre-Note Code/Date A code that indicates whether a supplier is in a setup or pre-note status for electronic funds transfer. Valid codes are:

P – Pre-note status. Used for setting up electronic funds transfer information with the bank. At this stage, the system writes a check and makes a pre-note entry to the bank tape. No funds will be transferred until the pre-note cycle is complete.

N – Pre-note cycle complete. The bank has received and verified the supplier's account information. The system will process future payment to this supplier through electronic funds transfer.

If you leave this field blank, the system uses N.

Note: The system sets the pre-note status to P for a bank account when you first add bank account information to an address record and any time you change bank account information.

The date is recorded when the pre-note status changes.

Secondary Business Unit A business unit may be assigned to bank accounts so that Business Unit Security may be set up to prevent unauthorized users from accessing or changing bank account information.

The Business Unit must be set up in the Business Unit Master (F0006)


3.1.3 What You Should Know About

There are options for additional information relating to each bank account:

Topic Description
Audit Information (Opt 1) Provides audit information in regard to updating a bank account record.
Additional Information (Opt 2) This option allows you to enter Beneficiary and Corresponding bank account information for each bank account.

3.1.3.1 Multiple Bank Accounts

You can effectively set up more than one bank account for the same bank type for your customers if they have different bank accounts that they would like to use for the same process. For example, your customers may want to use different bank accounts for draft processing depending on currency, location or some other factor. Although you can only have one bank account per customer bank type 'D', you can tie currency to each bank type or set up alternate bank types that will essentially allow you to have multiple bank accounts per bank type.

You may identify each bank type 'D' with a specific currency code. The Bank Type and the Currency Code make a unique combination.

You may also create alternate customer bank types by adding your own bank type to the Bank Type Code UDC table (00/BT). The system uses the Special Handling code for the bank type code to determine if the code will be used by AR or AP. A '1' in the special handling code will be used by A/R. For example, your customer may have an alternate 'D' type bank account that they would like to use for Draft processing for a specific location. You would set up one record for bank type 'D' and another record such as 'D1" in the Bank Type User Defined Codes (00/BT, special handling code = 1). You may then enter bank account information for your customer for each bank type.

To determine which bank type will be used, you may assign a bank type to a customer as the default, enter the specific type in the Bank Type field on an invoice or for automatic debits (P03575) or drafts entry (P03103), you may use the override Bank Type processing option.

To enter credit and collection information

On Customer Master Information

Figure 3-6 Customer Master Information (Credit) screen

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Complete any of following fields:

  • Credit Message

  • Temporary Credit Message

  • Credit Status

  • Factor/Special Payee

  • Parent Number

  • Payment Terms

  • Credit Manager

  • Ledger Inquiry Sequence

  • Print Statement

  • Auto Receipt

  • Collection Manager

  • Send Statement to

  • Auto Cash Algorithm

  • Last Credit Review

  • Statement Cycle

  • Payment Instrument

  • ABC Sales

  • ABC - Margin

  • ABC - Percentage

  • Send Invoice to

  • Balance Forward/Open Item

  • Preferred Customer Status

  • Delinquency Notice

  • Number of Reminders

  • Monthly Finance Charge %

  • Apply Finance Charges

  • Collection Report

  • Reference

  • Bank Type

Field Explanation
Credit Message A user defined code (00/CM) that displays information about a particular customer or supplier. Examples:

1 – Over credit limit

2 – Requires purchase order

3 – Not on maintenance agreement

4 – Notify the credit manager

The A/R Information program (P01053) and the A/P Information program (P01054) display credit messages for customers and suppliers when you enter or locate information.

Temporary Credit Message A user defined code that identifies a temporary credit status. Generally, the code is assigned when an account becomes past due. This code is automatically set in the processing options for the Credit Analysis Refresh program, or you can set it manually on Customer Master Information.
Credit Status User-defined status codes (UDC table 03/CS) to indicate the credit status of a customer.
Factor/Special Payee An address book number that identifies a special payment address for A/P.

If you leave this field blank during voucher entry, the system supplies the primary address from the Address Number field.

Form-specific information

This address book number is used to associate customer records for A/R reporting.

Parent Number The number of the parent company in a parent/child, national headquarters/subsidiary relationship.
Payment Terms Code that indicates the default terms of payment for a customer. Payment terms can determine due dates and discounts. This is used as a default value when invoices are created.

Define payment terms in the Payment Terms Revisions program (P0014). Use a blank code for the most frequently used payment terms.

Examples:

blank – Net 30 days

1 – 1/10 net 30

2 – 2/10 net 30

N – Net 30

P – Prox 25th of month

Credit Manager The name of the credit manager responsible for approval of this customer's accounts.
Ledger Inquiry Sequence A code used to designate the display sequence of the default ledger in the Ledger Inquiry programs. Valid values are:

1 – document number

2 – net due date

3 – invoice date

4 – statement number (A/R) or invoice number (A/P)

5 – purchase order number

6 – document type, document number

7 – matching document

8 – G/L date

A – summarized by document

B – summarized by due date and document

Print Statement Y/N A code that indicates whether the system prints invoices and statements for the customer. Valid codes are:

Y – Yes, print invoices and statements

N – No, do not print invoices and statements

Auto Receipt A code used in the Accounts Receivable system to indicate whether receipts from the customer can be processed through Auto Receipt. Valid codes are:

Y – Yes, you can process receipts through Auto Receipt.

N – No, you cannot process receipts through Auto Receipt.

Specify whether a company is eligible for auto receipts processing in the A/R constants.

Collection Manager The name of the collections manager responsible for this customer's accounts.
Send Statement to A code that indicates the address to which A/R statements, payment reminders, and delinquency mailers are sent. Examples:

C – Customer

P – Parent

1 – 1st Address Number

2 – 2nd Address Number

3 – 3rd Address Number

4 – 4th Address Number

5 – 5th Address Number

6 – 6th Address Number (Special Factor/Payee)

Auto Cash Algorithm A code that specifies how receipts are applied during the batch receipts process.
Last Credit Review The date on which the credit manager last examined this customer's payment record and assigned a credit status to the account.
Statement Cycle A code that indicates when the customer should be billed during the next monthly cycle. For example, billing could be done alphabetically:

A-F – on the 5th day of the month

G-L – on the 10th

M-R – on the 15th

S-Z – on the 20th

The first letter of the customer's alpha name will default into the statement cycle.

Payment Instrument The user defined code (system 00, type PY) that specifies how payments are made by the customer. For example:

C – Check

D – Draft

T – Electronic funds transfer

Form-specific information

The information you enter in this field is used as the default value when you enter invoices.

ABC Code Sales A grade that indicates the level of sales activity for a customer or inventory item. This code documents the 80/20 principle (80% of the significant results is attributable to 20% of the business effort). The possible grades are A (best) to F (worst).
ABC - Margin A code that represents a rating for profit margin. Profit margin is sales less the cost of goods sold (COGS). Sales order management provides the COGS figure needed to calculate profit margin.

If you do not use the Sales Order Management system, or have a custom sales order interface, the system will calculate 100% profit margin, giving all of your customers an A rating for profit margin.

ABC - Percentage A grade that indicates the average number of days a customer takes to pay a bill. This code documents the 80/20 principle. The possible grades are A (best) to F (worst).
Preferred Customer Status A user defined code (UDC table 03/PC) that may be used to rate or differentiate your customer's status within your business.
Send Invoice to A code that identifies the address where accounts receivable invoices are sent. Valid codes are:

C – Customer

P – Parent

1 – 1st Address Number

2 – 2nd Address Number

3 – 3rd Address Number

4 – 4th Address Number

5 – 5th Address Number

6 – 6th Address Number (Factor/Special Payee)

Balance Forward-Open Item A code that indicates whether a customer's open items in the A/R Ledger table (F0311) will be summarized into a balance forward amount during the Update Balance Forward process. Valid codes are:

B – Summarize open items into a balance forward amount

O – List the detail for all open items

Note: The A/R Ledger table is always maintained at a detail invoice level. Although the detail cannot be accessed, it will remain and a new summary record is added when the Update Balance Forward program is run.

Delinquency Notice A code that indicates whether delinquency notices or payment reminders should be sent to the customer. Valid codes are:

Y – Yes, send delinquency notices

N – No, do not send delinquency notices

Monthly Finance Charge % This is the percentage factor used in computing finance charges. This number is expressed as a decimal. For example, .185 would express 18.5%. The past due amounts are multiplied by the percentage factor for the actual finance charge amounts. If finance charges are calculated monthly, the percentage factor should reflect a monthly assessment.
Number of Reminders The number of payment reminders to send to a customer. Valid codes are:

1 – Send a single, very strong (level 3) reminder.

2 – Send a strong (level 2) reminder. If the customer does not respond, send a very strong (level 3) reminder in the next cycle.

3– Send a mild (level 1) reminder. If necessary, send a level 2 reminder in the next cycle and a level 3 in the following cycle after that.

Note: The Delinquency Notice field must be set to Y.

Apply Finance Charges A code that indicates whether finance charges should be applied or waived for the account. Valid codes are:

Y – Yes, apply finance charges

N – No, do not apply finance charges

blank – Process this account through the Interest Invoicing program (P03540)

Collection Report A code that indicates whether invoices for a particular customer appear for collection. If this field is Y (the default), invoices appear on the collection report after the maximum number of reminders have been sent to the customer and the final collection report is generated. If you enter N in this field, the customer's invoices are not eligible to appear on the collection report.
Reference An alphanumeric value used as a cross-reference or secondary reference number. Typically, this is the customer number, supplier number, or job number.
Bank Type Use this to designate the default bank type to be used for the customer.

To enter currency and tax information

On Customer Master Information

Figure 3-7 Customer Master Information (Currency and Tax) screen

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Complete the following fields:

  • Tax Explanation Code

  • Tax Rate/Area

  • Currency Code

  • Amount Currency

Field Explanation
Tax Explanation Code A user defined code (00/EX) that controls how a tax is assessed and distributed to the general ledger revenue and expense accounts. You assign this code to a customer or supplier to set up a default code for their transactions.

Do not confuse this with the taxable, non-taxable code. A single invoice can have both taxable and non-taxable items. The entire invoice, however, must have one tax explanation code.

Form-specific information

The information you specify is used as the default value when entering invoices. You can override this code during invoice entry. If you use Vertex, the system accepts the following GeoCode values: E (exempt) and S (sales tax).

Tax Rate/Area A code that identifies a tax or geographic area that has common tax rates and tax distribution. The tax rate/area must be defined to include the tax authorities (for example, state, county, city, rapid transit district, or province), and their rates. To be valid, a code must be set up in the Tax Rate/Area table (F4008).

Typically, U.S. sales and use taxes require multiple tax authorities per tax rate/area, whereas VAT requires only one simple rate.

The system uses this code to properly calculate the tax amount.

If you use Vertex, the GeoCode appears in this field. The system retrieves the GeoCode based on the customer's city, state, and zip code.

Form-specific information

The information you specify is used as the default value when entering invoices. You can override this code during invoice entry. If you use Vertex, the GeoCode appears in this field. The system retrieves the GeoCode based on the customer's city, state, and zip code.

Currency Code A code that indicates the currency of a customer's or a supplier's transactions.

Form-specific information

The currency you specify is used as the default value when you entering invoices. You can override this code during invoice entry.

Amount Currency The currency in which amounts are stored in the address book. For example, the credit limit, invoiced this year, invoiced prior year, and so on. The currency you specify is used to record and store transaction history.

Form-specific information

Enter the currency you want to see when reviewing credit limits and so on.


To enter default G/L distribution

On Customer Master Information

  1. Complete any of the following fields:

    • G/L Class

    • Model JE Type/Document/Company

    • Default Revenue Account

    • Unapplied Cash Offset

  2. To add the record, press Enter.

Field Explanation
G/L Class A code that determines the A/R account (class) that will be the offset when you post invoices. The code you enter in this field can be alphanumeric or can match the object code of the G/L account number.

Examples:

  • blank

  • Trade Accounts Receivable

  • TRAD or 1210

  • Trade Accounts Receivable EMP or 1220 Employee Receivables (Use class codes as the exception to the trade account.) If you leave this field blank during entry, the system uses AAI item RC____ for the company.

Note: Do not use class code 9999. This is reserved for the post program and indicates that offsets should not be created.

The information you specify is used as the default value when you enter invoices.

Model JE Type / Document / Company A code that identifies the type of model journal entry to use for a particular customer.

Form-specific information

If you specify a model journal entry, do not specify a default expense account. Although the system will allow you to do this, it will override the model journal entry and you will have to manually enter the journal entry information.

Default Revenue Account A field that identifies an account in the general ledger. You can use one of the following formats for account numbers:
  • Structured account (business unit.object.subsidiary)

  • 25-digit unstructured number

  • 8-digit short account ID number

  • Speed code

The first character of the account indicates the format of the account number. You define the account format in the General Accounting Constants program (P000909).

Form-specific information

Do not specify a default expense account if you specify a model JE. Although the system allows you to do this, it overrides the model JE, and you must enter the JE manually.

Unapplied Cash Offset A code that allows you to predefine the classes of automatic offset accounts for Unapplied Cash transactions. This code is used in conjunction with AAI item RC for the AR offset entry and may be alphanumeric or can match the object of the offset account.

If you leave this field blank during entry, the system uses AAI item RC____ for the company.

Note: Do not use class code 9999. This is reserved for the post program and indicates that offsets should not be created.

The information you specify is used as the default value when you enter unapplied cash receipts.


3.1.4 What You Should Know About

Depending on how you set the processing options for Customer Master Information (P01053), one or more of the following forms automatically appear when you enter a customer.

Form Description
Control Revisions Use this to enter additional address information.
Category Codes Use this to group addresses for reporting and mailings.

See Update Category Codes in the JD Edwards World Address Book and Electronic Mail Guide.

Billing Instructions Use this to specify how the system processes sales orders for customers.

See Setting Up Customer Billing Instructions in the JD Edwards World Sales Order Management Guide.

Bank Accounts by Address Use this to set up a customer for automatic receipts processing.
Person Opening Account Use this to display the user ID of the person who entered the address book record.
Company/Business Unit Defaults Use this to enter customer information specific to a company or business unit.

3.2 Customer Master - Company/Business Unit Defaults

In addition to the general customer information, you have the option to set up multiple customer master records with special credit/collections information, category codes, and account distribution information that apply uniquely to a specific company and/or business unit. The system stores the Customer Master Company/Business Units Defaults information in the F03015 file. The system matches the combination of the customer address number, company number and/or business unit number to retrieve default information from the F03015 record when entering transactions.

This feature allows you to use a single customer address number with specific default selections for different companies or business units. For example, you can set different payment terms for a customer, depending on the company or business unit that generates the transaction. You may set up as many company/business unit default records (F03015) as you need for a customer, but you will only have one customer master record (F0301).

3.2.1 Before You Begin

To enter company/business unit defaults in the customer record

On Customer Master Information

Figure 3-8 Customer Master Information (Defaults) screen

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  1. Press F17 to access Customer Co/Bus. Unit Defaults.

    Figure 3-9 Customer Company/Business Unit Defaults screen

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  2. Change the Action Code to A (Add) or C (Change).

  3. Complete one or more of the following fields:

    • Company

    • Business Unit

  4. Complete additional fields under Credit/Collections Information, as needed for the company/business unit defaults.

    • Factor/Special Payee

    • Payment Terms

    • Invoice Method

    • Payment Instrument

    • Credit Manager

    • Print Statement

    • Delinquency Notice

    • Collection Manager

    • Send Statement to

    • Bank Record Type

    • Monthly Finance Charge %

    • Apply Finance Charges

    • Collection Report

    • Reference

    • Send Invoice to

    • Tax Expl Code

    • Tax Rate/Area

    • Currency Code

  5. Complete additional company/business unit defaults under Category Codes or Accounting Distribution Information, as needed.

    Note:

    The company/business unit defaults apply only to transactions between this customer and the specified company/business unit. Customer information for companies or business units that do not have associated records defined in the F03015 table come from the customer master information in the F0301 table.

3.2.2 What You Should Know About

Topic Description
Global Updates The Global Update - Customer Co/BU program (P034905) can selectively update the F03015 records. Processing options allow you to enter the values to be updated to each field selected. You may use data selection to select which records to update. See Global Update - Customer Co/BU.