This chapter contains these topics:
From Accounts Receivable (G03), choose Customer & Invoice Entry
From Customer & Invoice Entry (G0311), choose Post Invoices to G/L
Verify the offset method in the A/R constants
Verify that the batch has an approved status
Ensure that all post menu selections are routed to the same job queue and that the job queue only allows one job to process at a time
Select the desired processing options and submit the post.
|Customizing the post program||This program performs a number of complex tasks. JD Edwards World strongly recommends that you do not customize it.|
|Posting an alternate currency ledger||If you use the alternate currency ledger XA, set the post program to automatically update the ledger and produce a separate Posting Journal.|
|Making changes during the posting process||Do not change accounts, AAIs for A/R or intercompany settlements, A/R and G/A constants, or processing options for the post program.|
Verifying the post process consists of:
Reviewing Posting Edit Report
Reviewing Posting Journal
Reviewing Other Posting Reports
Batches that posted successfully
Documents with errors that prevented a batch from posting
If you enter invoices with multiple currencies, the system generates the following reports during the posting process:
|Batch Edit||Lists problems related to the batch.|
|Posting Journal||Lists both the CA ledger and converted AA amounts for foreign currency transactions. Additionally, it lists the currency code of the CA ledger amount and the domestic currency of the company for the AA ledger amount.|
|Batches with Balancing Problems||Lists AA and CA ledger information.|
On these reports, the CA amounts represent the foreign side of the entry and the AA amounts represent the domestic side. Both the CA and the AA ledgers must be in balance. CA totals might not be currency specific.
See Section 102.4, "General Ledger Post (P09800)" for more information.