4 Working With Localizations for Finland

This chapter contains the following topics:

4.1 Understanding Payment Processing for Finland

When you write payments for Nordic countries, the system produces the A/P Bank File Report - Nordic Countries report (R0474N1). This report lists every voucher in the payment group or groups that have been written. To access this report, view submitted jobs.

Note:

Nordic payments do not use a print sequence for payments. However, the system requires that a print sequence be set up. You should use the DEMO sequence to set up Nordic payments.

4.2 Understanding Additional Information for Vouchers for Finland

You must enter foreign payment information for the Central Bank during standard voucher entry.

4.2.1 Entering Foreign Payment Information for the Central Bank

The Central Bank requires that an identification code be included on foreign payments. The Central Bank issues a list of valid identification codes for foreign payments. You enter the appropriate identification code in the Remark field during voucher entry. If you do not enter an identification code, the system assigns one of these values when you create the automatic payment file:

Country Value
Sweden %101
Denmark %0006
Norway %14
Finland %999

You can change this default value by using the processing options for the various Write programs (for example, P04572SE2).

4.2.2 Entering Reference Numbers for Finnish Domestic Payments

In Finland, vouchers are identified by a reference number. For domestic payments in Finland, you enter the reference number in the Remark field during voucher entry.

4.3 Working with Payment Groups for Finland

The Nordic Work with Payments program (P0474N5) enables you to change the GL date for single or multiple payments, and to update payments from different payment control groups.

This section discusses how to:

  • Set processing options for A/P Bank File Report - Nordic Countries (R0474N1).

  • Set processing options for Nordic Work with Payments (P0474N5).

4.3.1 Forms Used to Work With Payment Groups for the Nordic Countries

Form Name FormID Navigation Usage
Revise Payments W0474N5C Finnish Localization (G74V), Work with Payments.

Perform one of the following actions:

Select Load Date from the Row menu to update the GL date.

Select Update from the Row menu to update payments from different control groups.

Locate payments for which you want to revise the GL date and update payments from different control groups.

See Working with Payment Groups for Finland.


4.3.2 Setting Processing Options for A/P Bank File Report - Nordic Countries (R0474N1)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

4.3.2.1 Default

Exchange Rate Effective Date

Enter a date to use for the effective date of the exchange rate.

Use Voucher's Rate for Exchange Rate

Enter 1 to use the exchange rate of the voucher rate as the exchange rate. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the exchange rate as of the payment GL date.

Summary record for Finland

This processing option is used for Finland only.

Enter 1 to print a summary record for Finland with information about number of payments.

4.3.3 Setting Processing Options for Nordic Work with Payments (P0474N5)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

4.3.3.1 Update

Version Number

Enter a version number for the register program, or leave this processing option blank to use version ZJDE0001.

Post Void Payments

Enter 1 to post void payments to the GL.

Submit AP Post Program

Enter 1 to automatically submit the AP payment post program after payments are updated.

4.4 Receiving Debit Advice Notices in Finland

This section provides an overview of receiving debit advice notices and discusses how to:

  • Run the Load Payments Return File program.

  • Set processing options for Load Payments Return File (R74W210).

  • Set processing options for Debit Advice Payment Driver (R74W211).

  • Set processing options for Debit Advice - Format Program, DNB (R74O212).

  • Review debit advice notes and update or reset payments.

4.4.1 Understanding Debit Advice Note

In the Nordic countries, the bank sends a debit advice note to the company after the bank has made electronic payments on behalf of the company. The most common types of debit advice notes are:

  • Notice of Delivery

    This debit advice note indicates that the bank has received the payments file.

  • Confirmation of Payment

    This debit advice note indicates that the bank has made the payments, and the payment groups can be updated.

  • Error message

    This debit advice note contains information about payments that have not been made.

The debit advice notes contain the following information regarding the payments that were made:

  • Paid amount.

  • Payment date.

  • Reference number.

  • Actual currency rate that was used for foreign payments.

  • Error messages.

You can upload the debit advice note information into these tables:

  • F74W001

  • F74W201

  • F74W202

  • F74W203

  • F74W204

You can review the debit advice note information in these tables and then update or reset the payments. You can also update or reset the payments when you upload the debit advice note information without reviewing the information.

4.4.1.1 Loading the Payment Return File

The Load Payments Return File program uploads the debit advice file to the F007101 and F007111 tables, and then calls the Debit Advice Payment Driver program (R74W211), which calls a debit advice format program. The debit advice format program writes the debit advice information to the following tables:

  • F74W001

  • F74W201

  • F74W202

  • F74W203

  • F74W204

The Debit Advice - Format program, DNB (R74O212), is currently available.

Note:

If the debit advice file has already been loaded in the F007101 and F007111 tables, you can set up the Load Payments Return File program (R74W210) to call the Debit Advice Payment Driver program (R74W211) without first loading the debit advice file. For this action, leave the Path to the Bank File processing option on the Load Payments Return File program blank.

You use a processing option on the Debit Advice Payment Driver program (R74W211) to specify whether the program should automatically update or reset the payments. If the program does not automatically update or reset the payments, you can review the debit advice information in the Work with Debit Advice program (P74W200), and then update or reset the payments.

If you specify in processing option 1 that the program should automatically update or reset the payments, the program uses the status of the file and the value in processing option 2 (individual update) to determine whether to update, reset, or take no action for each payment group as described in this table:

File Status Value in Processing Option 2 Action
0 - Debit Advice no errors 1 Update
  0 Update
     
1 - Notice of Delivery no errors 1 None
  0 None
     
2 - Debit Advice with errors 1 Update passed groups, reset the others
  0 Reset all groups
     
3 - Server Error 1 None
  0 None
     
4 - Notice of Delivery with errors 1 Reset
  0 Reset

4.4.1.2 Working with Debit Advice Notes

If you do not automatically update or reset payments when you load the payment return file, you can review the debit advice information in the Work with Debit Advice program (P74W200), and then update or reset the payments.

You can update payments using any of the following programs:

  • Work with Payment Groups (P04571)

  • Work with Debit Advice (P74W200)

  • Work with Payments (P0474N5)

You can reset payments by using the Work with Debit Advice program or the Work with Payment Groups program.

To change the GL date of the payment or payments, use the Work with Payments program. To review debit advice information, use the Work with Debit Advice program. Otherwise, use the Work with Payment Groups program.

Note:

The Delete option on the Row menu for the Work With Debit Advice program deletes debit advice information from the following tables:

F74W201

F74W202

F74W203

F74W204

The Delete option does not undo the payment group.

4.4.2 Form Used to Review Debit Advice Notes and Update or Reset Payments

Form Name FormID Navigation Usage
Work With Debit Advice W74W200A In the Fast Path, enter P74W200.

To update payments, select Update from the Row menu.

To reset payments, select Reset from the Row menu.

Locate debit advice records.

Update and reset selected payments.

Work With Invoices W74W200B Click Select on the Work With Debit Advice form. Review invoice information.
Display Errors W74W200C Click Select on the Work With Invoices form. Review errors.

4.4.3 Running the Load Payment Return File Program

Run the Load Payments Return File program (R74W210) from Batch Versions.

4.4.4 Setting Processing Options for Load Payment Return File (R74W210)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

4.4.4.1 Defaults

1. Company

Specify the company for which you are loading the payments return file.

2. Payment Instrument

Specify the payment instrument that is assigned to the payment return file.

3. Path to the Bank File

Specify the location of the bank file.

If you are running this program on an NT server, enter the path in the following format: c:\\bankdata\bankfile.txt

If you are running this program on a UNIX server, enter the path in the following format: c//bankdata//bankfile.txt

If you are running this program on an AS/400 server, enter the path in the following format: bankdata/bankfile

4. Version to use when calling R74W211

Specify the version to use when for the Debit Advice Payment Driver (R74W211) program.

4.4.4.2 Process

1. Interface Files (F007101 and F007111)

Enter 1 to purge the F007101 and F007111 tables after loading the information from these tables to the F03B13Z1 table.

4.4.5 Setting Processing Options for Debit Advice Payment Driver (R74W211)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

4.4.5.1 Defaults

Automatic Reset

Enter Y to automatically reset and update the payments that you received.

Reset Individually

Enter 1 to update and rest payments individually. Enter 0 to reset the entire file if it contains errors.

Format Program

Enter the name of the format program that extracts data from the file that you received.

Version Number

Enter a version number for the format program. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses version ZJDE0001.

4.4.5.2 Update

Version Number

Enter a version number for the register program. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses version ZJDE0001.

Post Void Payments

Enter 1 to post void payments to the general ledger.

Submit

Enter 1 to automatically submit the AP payment post program after payments have been updated.

4.4.6 Setting Processing Options for Debit Advice - Format, DNB (R74O212)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

4.4.6.1 Update

Spot Rate Allow Update (Y/N)

Enter Y to enable an update to the spot rate.

4.4.7 Reviewing Debit Advice Notes, Updating Payments, and Resetting Payments

Access the Work With Debit Advice form.

4.5 Uploading Customer Payment Information for Finland

This section provides an overview of the upload of customer payment information and discusses how to:

  • Upload customer payment information for Finland.

  • Set processing options for Automatic Receipts Finland (R74V001).

  • Print interest invoices.

4.5.1 Understanding the Upload of Customer Payment Information for Finland

You can use the Nordic bank format programs to upload a text file containing bank-supplied receipt information to the Text Processor Header (F007101) and Text Processor Detail (F007111) tables, and then transfer the information from those tables to the F03B13Z1 table.

Alternatively, you can use the Copy Bank File to Interface file A/R program (R74W0010) to load information from the bank file to tables F007101 and F007111. In this case, you use the Nordic bank format programs only to transfer receipt information from the F007101 and F007111 tables to the F03B13Z1 table. You use a processing option on the Nordic bank format programs to specify whether the bank file has already been loaded to the F007101 and F007111 tables.

4.5.1.1 Reference Numbers

The standard reference number that is used for payments in Finland is limited to twenty characters, with one character used as a check digit. You must include one or more of these numbers in the reference number:

  • Customer number

  • Invoice number

  • Company number

You use the processing options on the Automatic Receipts Finland program (R74V001) to specify the format of the reference number.

The fields in the reference number are limited to these maximum lengths:

  • Customer number - 8 characters

  • Invoice number - 8 characters

  • Company number - 3 characters

The system provides a business function that you can use to calculate Finnish reference numbers. For example, you might launch this business function when you want to print reference numbers on the invoices that you create in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable system or JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management system.

Note:

Implementing the reference number functionality requires customization.

4.5.2 Uploading Customer Payment Information for Finland

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system provides this Norwegian bank format:

Object Navigation Bank Format
R74V001 Finnish Localization (G74V), Automatic Receipts Finland V1.0 Standard, Finland

4.5.3 Setting Processing Options for Automatic Receipts Finland (R74V001)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

4.5.3.1 Defaults

These processing options let you specify various setting that are used by the bank format program.

1. Company

Specify the company to use to select payments. If you enter a company number, only payments for the company you enter are loaded into the F03B13Z1 table. Only transactions for that company are matched.

If you leave this processing option blank, transactions are matched for all companies in the environment. This option is useful if customers are paying to the wrong company in a group.

2. Document Type

Specify the document type for the invoices to be paid, for example, RI.

3. Payment Instrument

Specify the payment instrument to apply to the payments. This processing option is optional.

4. G/L Bank Account

Specify the short account ID of the default G/L bank account if the short account ID field is blank in the F03B13Z1 table.

A valid short account ID must exist for the system to process records. Enter the short account ID as an eight-digit number starting with zeros. For example, 00000108.

5. Bank File

Specify whether the bank file has already been loaded to the F007101 and F007111 tables. Values are:

Blank: The bank file has already been loaded.

1: The bank file has not been loaded.

If you enter 1, the system loads the bank file to the F007101 and F007111 tables, and then populates the F03B13Z1 table with information from the F007101 and F007111 tables.

If you leave this processing option blank, the system populates the F03B13Z1 table with information already in the F007101 and F007111 tables. Leave this processing option blank only payment information has already been loaded to the F007101 and F007111 tables.

6. Path to the Bank File

Specify the location of the bank file.

If you are running this program on an NT server, enter the path in this format: c:\\bankdata\\bankfile.txt

If you are running this program on a UNIX server, enter the path in this format: c//bankdata//bankfile.txt

If you are running this program on an AS/400 server, enter the path in this format: bankdata/bankfile

7. Receipt Number

Specify how you want to generate receipt numbers. Values are:

Blank: Use Next Numbers to generate the receipt number.

Note:

If you leave this processing option blank to use Next Numbers, you must set up Next Numbers for system 74V in the Next Numbers table.

1: Use the invoice number as the receipt number.

4.5.3.2 Process

This processing option lets you specify whether to purge the Text Processor Header (F0071010) and the Text Processor Detail (F007111) tables.

1. Interface Files (F007101 and F007111)

Specify whether the system should purge the F007101 and F007111 tables after loading the information from these tables to the F03B13Z1 table. Values are:

Blank: Do not purge the text processor tables.

1: Purge the text processor tables.

4.5.3.3 Select

These processing options let you specify the position of the customer and invoice numbers in the reference number.

1. Starting Position of Customer Number and 2. End Position of Customer Number

Specify the positions in the reference number at which the customer number starts and ends. The reference number can be the customer number, the invoice number, and the company number.

For example:

  • The customer number is 1001.

  • The invoice number is 1234.

  • The company number is 100.

  • The reference number is displayed as 0000100100001234100.

You enter 1 in the Starting Position of Customer Number processing option because the customer number starts at position 1. You enter 8 in the End Position of Customer Number processing option because the customer number ends at position 8.

3. Starting Position of Invoice Number and 4. End Position of Invoice Number

Specify the positions in the reference number at which the invoice number starts and ends. The reference number can be the customer number, the invoice number, and the company number.

For example:

  • The customer number is 1001.

  • The invoice number is 1234.

  • The company number is 100.

  • The reference number is displayed as 0000100100001234100.

You enter 9 in the Starting Position of Invoice Number processing option because the invoice number starts at position 9. You enter 16 in the End Position of Invoice Number processing option because the invoice number ends at position 16.

5. Starting Position of Company Number and 6. End Position of Company Number

Specify the positions in the reference number at which the company number starts and ends. The reference number can be the customer number, the invoice number, and the company number.

For example:

  • The customer number is 1001.

  • The invoice number is 1234.

  • The company number is 100.

  • The reference number is displayed as 0000100100001234100.

You enter 17 in the Starting Position of Company Number processing option because the company number starts at position 17. You enter 19 in the End Position of Company Number processing option because the company number ends at position 19.

4.6 Uploading Electronic Bank Statements for Finland

This section provides an overview of electronic bank statements and discusses how to:

  • Upload transactions from electronic bank statements.

  • Set processing options for Automatic Debit Statements Input Finland (R74V002).

4.6.1 Understanding Electronic Bank Statements

Finnish banks can support their corporate customers with electronic account statements. Electronic account statements are obtained from the bank's information system. You receive the statements by using a bank transfer program that is separate from the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system. The bank transfer program enables you to add account information to transactions, such as bank charges, that are created in the bank's information system.

You can use the Automatic Debit Statements Input Finland program (R74V002) to upload transactions from the electronic account statement to the text processor header F007101 and detail F007111 tables and to transfer journal entries from these tables to the F0911Z1 batch table.

Alternatively, you can use the Copy Bank File to Interface file A/R - Sweden program (R74W0010) to load the electronic account statement to the F007101 and F007111 tables, and then use the Automatic Debit Statements Input Finland program only to transfer journal entries from the F007101 and F007111 tables to the F0911Z1 table.

You set a processing option to specify whether the Automatic Debit Statements Input Finland program should upload data to the F007101 and F007111 tables before it transfers journal entries from those tables to the F03B13Z1 electronic receipts table. Uploading the data into the text file processing system allows the system to maintain the processing status of each tape record, including its purge capability.

When you upload the journal entries to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne General Accounting system, the transactions are stored in batch tables. You can review and revise the transactions prior to processing them.

Note:

All transactions in the bank file are uploaded to one document in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne General Accounting system. Therefore, the bank file should contain only transactions with the same currency.

If the bank file contains transactions for different companies, the system creates a journal entry for each company.

4.6.1.1 Bank File Format

This table describes the format of the bank file:

Description Length Position
Transaction type 2 1–2
Document number 8 3–10
G/L date 6 11–16
Business unit 11 17–27
Object account 6 28–33
Subsidiary 8 34–41
Subledger 8 42–49
Account type 1 50–50
Not in use 7 51–57
Not in use 2 58–59
Name alpha explanation 30 60–89
Debit/credit 1 90–90
Amount 14 91–104
Currency code 3 105–108
Currency amount 14 109–122
Not in use 14 123–136
Company number 4 137–140
Not in use 11 141–151

4.6.2 Uploading Transactions from Electronic Bank Statements

Access the Automatic Debit Statements Input Finland program (R74V002) using Batch Versions (P98305).

4.6.3 Setting Processing Options for Automatic Debit Statements Input Finland (R74V002)

Use these processing options to specify settings that are used during the processing of the bank file.

4.6.3.1 Defaults Tab

1. Company

Specify the company number to use to select payments. The system loads only payments for this company into the F03B13Z1 table and matches only transactions for this company.

If you leave this processing option blank, the system matches transactions for all companies in the environment. You might leave this processing option blank if customers are paying to the wrong company in a group.

2. Document Type, if left blank 'JE' is used.

Specify the document type, such as RI, of the invoices to be paid. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the document type JE.

3. Enter the Subledger Type to use, if left blank 'X' is used.

Enter the subledger type that the system uses for the transactions. If you use subledgers, you must enter a value for this processing option. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses subledger type X.

4. Path to the Bank File

Specify the location of the bank file.

If you run this program on an NT server, enter the path in this format: c:\\bankdata\\bankfile.txt.

If you run this program on a UNIX server, enter the path in this format: c//bankdata//bankfile.txt.

If you are run this program on an AS/400 server, enter the path in this format: bankdata/bankfile.

5. Bank File

Specify whether the bank file has already been loaded to the F007101 and F007111 table. Values are:

Blank: The bank file has been loaded.

Leave this processing option blank only if payment information has already been loaded to the F007101 and F007111 tables. The system populates the F03B13Z1 table with information in the F007101 and F007111 tables.

1: The bank file has not been loaded.

The system loads the bank file to the F007101 and F007111 tables, and then populates the F03B13Z1 with information from the F007101 and F007111 tables.

4.6.3.2 Process Tab

1. Interface Files (F007101 and F007111)

Specify whether the system should purge the F007101 and F007111 text processor tables after loading the information from these tables to the F03B13Z1 table. Values are:

Blank: Do not purge the F007101 and F00711 tables.

1: Purge the F007101 and F00711 tables.

4.7 Preparing Vouchers and Credit Notes for Payment Processing in Finland

This section provides an overview of the process for preparing vouchers and credit notes for payment processing and discusses how to:

  • Run the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden report.

  • Set processing options for Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden (R74W0020).

  • Run the Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Sweden - 04.

  • Set processing options for Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Sweden - 04 (R74W0021).

Note:

The Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden (R74W0020) and Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Sweden - 04 (R74W0021) programs are used in Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden.

4.7.1 Understanding the Process for Preparing Vouchers and Credit Notes for Payment Processing

Businesses in Nordic countries use a credit note, if one exists, for payments before using the company's bank account. If you use due date processing in automatic payments, which is common in Nordic countries, the base system requires you to manually match the due dates for a credit note and a voucher. In this localization, the system can automatically match the due dates of credit notes and vouchers.

If a supplier offers payment terms with a discount, the system sets the payment date to the discount due date. If the discount due date has passed, you might want to change the due date to the net due date. In the base system, you must change the net due date manually. This localization enables you to automatically change the due date.

4.7.1.1 Revising Due Dates for Credit Notes

Use the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program (R74W0020) to automatically change the due date of a credit note to the due date of a matching voucher. The program creates a report that specifies the new due date for the credit note. The program can be run in proof or final mode.

You can run the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program from the Create Payment Control Groups program (R04570) or as a stand-alone program. It is recommended that you first submit this program as a stand-alone program in proof mode. Use processing options to specify whether the program runs as a stand-alone program or is launched from the Create Payment Control Groups program.

If you set the processing options to run the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program (R74W0020) from the Create Payment Control Groups program (R04570), the processing options on the Select tab and the first four processing options on the Process tab use the values of the corresponding processing options from the Create Payment Control Groups program.

To run this program as a stand-alone program, you must set up a menu selection for the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program.

Important:

The Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program retrieves pay items from the F0411 table. If a voucher contains both negative and positive pay items, this program might change the due date for a negative pay item that is a part of a voucher. If it does so, the action results in the negative and positive amounts on the same voucher having different due dates.

The program matches credit notes to vouchers in this sequence:

  • Payment ID.

  • GL bank account.

  • Business unit (only if the Process by Business Unit processing option is set to 1).

  • Currency.

  • Payee address number (only if the Process by Payee processing option is set to 1).

  • Company.

  • Address number.

  • Due date.

4.7.1.2 Example of Credit Note Equal to Voucher Amount

In this example, a supplier has a credit note for the amount of negative 500 with a due date of July 15, 2012, and a voucher for the amount of 500 with a due date of July 30, 2012.

If you use due date processing without changing the due date, the voucher is paid in full and the credit is not used because the due dates for the credit note and the voucher are different.

This form shows the voucher and the credit note with different due dates:

Figure 4-1 Supplier Ledger Inquiry form

Description of Figure 4-1 follows
Description of "Figure 4-1 Supplier Ledger Inquiry form"

When you run the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program (R74W0020) in proof mode, the system produces a report that shows that the due date of the credit note can be changed to match the due date of the voucher.

When you run the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program in final mode, the system changes the due date of the credit note to July 30, 2012. Because the due dates of the credit note and the voucher are now the same, the system reduces the payment amount by the amount of the credit note in the next automatic payment to the supplier.

The Supplier Ledger Inquiry form displays the voucher and credit note with matching due dates.

4.7.1.3 Example of Credit Note in Excess of Voucher Amount

In this example, a supplier has a credit note for the amount of negative 1,200 with a due date of July 14, 2012 and a voucher for the amount of 1,000 with a due date of July 06, 2012. The amount of the credit exceeds that which is needed to pay the voucher.

When you run Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden (R74W0020) in final mode, the system uses part of the credit note to pay the voucher. The system creates a new pay item for the remaining part of the credit note. The matching pay item has the same due date as that of the voucher. The remaining amount on the credit note has an unchanged due date.

The system generates the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden report, which shows the new due date of the credit note and the newly created pay item.

The Supplier Ledger Inquiry form now displays the new pay item that offsets the voucher.

4.7.1.4 Revising Due Dates for Discounted Vouchers

Use the Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Sweden - 04 program (R74W0021) to automatically change the payment date of a voucher from the discount due date to the net due date if the discount due date has passed. The program creates a report that lists the new due date. The program can be run in proof or final mode.

You can run the Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Sweden - 04 program from the Create Payment Control Group program (R04570), or you can run it as a stand-alone version. It is recommended that you first submit this program as a stand-alone version in proof mode. Use processing options for this program to control whether the program runs as a stand-alone version or runs from the Create Payment Control Group program.

To run this program as a stand-alone version, you need to set up a menu selection for the Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Sweden - 04 program.

4.7.1.5 Example of Discount Due Date Has Passed

In this example, a supplier has a voucher with payment terms that offer a discount if paid within ten days of the invoice date. The invoice date is February 15, 2012; thus, the due date is February 25, 2012.

When you run Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Sweden (R74W0021) in final mode after the discount due date has occurred, the system changes the due date of the voucher from the discount due date to the net due date, which is March 16, 2012, or 30 days after the invoice date.

4.7.2 Running the Enhanced Due Date Processing Report

Finnish Localization (G74V), Enhanced Due Date Processing.

4.7.3 Setting Processing Options for Enhanced Due Date Processing (R74W0020)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

4.7.3.1 Select

1. Pay Thru Date

Specify the due date through which you want to process credit notes. The system processes all credit notes with due dates up to and including the date that you enter. For example, to process a group consisting of credit notes with due dates through March 15, 2005, enter 03/15/05. Enter the date in this processing option or leave the processing option blank to select credit notes using the Displacement Days processing option.

Note:

If you leave the Pay Through Date field blank and the Displacement Days processing option blank, the system uses the system date as the pay through date.
2. Displacement Days

Specify the number of days from the current date through which you want to process credit notes. For example, if the current date is March 10 and you specify three displacement days, the system processes vouchers with due dates through March 13. Enter the number of days in this processing option or leave this processing option blank and use the Pay Through Date processing option to select credit notes.

Note:

If you leave the Displacement Days processing option blank and leave the Pay Through Date processing option blank, the system date is used as the pay through date.
3. Discount Cutoff Date

Enter the final date for which you allow discounts. Pay items with a due date prior to the date that you enter are not eligible for discounts, so the system sets the discount amounts of these pay items to zero. If you leave this processing option blank, the program takes all discounts that are currently available for the selected pay items.

4.7.3.2 Process

1. Company

Enter 1 to create separate payments based on the company.

2. Due Date

Enter 1 to create payments separately, based on due date. If you leave this processing option blank, the Enhanced Due Date Processing program does not run.

3. Payee

Enter 1 to create payments separately based on payee, regardless of the supplier.

For example, this list illustrates one possible voucher, supplier, and payee combination:

Voucher 1, Supplier 1001, Payee 1001.

Voucher 2, Supplier 1001, Payee 1002.

Voucher 3, Supplier 1001, Payee 1002.

Voucher 4, Supplier 1002, Payee 1002.

Voucher 5, Supplier 1003, Payee 1001.

If you leave the Payee processing option blank in the Create Payment Control Groups program, the system generates four payments, based on the payee and then on the supplier:

Payee 1001: Supplier 1001, Voucher 1.

Payee 1001: Supplier 1003, Voucher 5.

Payee 1002: Supplier 1001, Vouchers 2 and 4.

Payee 1002: Supplier 1002, Voucher 4.

If you set the Payee processing option to 1, you have two payments based only on the payee:

Payee 1001: Supplier 1001, Voucher 1, and Supplier 1003, Voucher 5.

Payee 1002: Supplier 1001, Vouchers 2 and 3, and Supplier 1002, Voucher 4.

4. Business Unit

Enter 1 to create payments separately based on business unit.

5. Inline Execution from within R04570

Specify whether to run the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program (R74W0020) from the Create Payment Control Groups program (R04570) prior to generating payments. Running the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program from the Create Payment Groups program produces the best match of debit and credit documents. However, running this program online might slow down processing. If you rarely use the enhanced due date processing feature, consider leaving this processing option blank. Values are:

Blank: Do not run the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program.

1: Run the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program.

6. Stand-Alone Execution from Menu Item

Specify whether to run the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program (R74W0020) stand-alone from a menu item. Running the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program stand-alone enables you to reorganize credit invoices to produce best matching against debit documents at any time. Values are:

Blank: Do not enable the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program to run stand-alone.

1: Run the Enhanced Due Date Processing Sweden program stand-alone.

7. Mode

Specify whether to run the report in proof or final mode. If you select proof mode, the system generates a report of possible changes, but no changes are made in the database. If you select final mode, the system generates a report and updates the invoices specified on the report. Values are:

Blank: Run the report in proof mode.

1: Run the report in final mode.

4.7.3.3 Defaults

This processing option lets you specify the minimum payment amount.

1. Payment Amount

Specify the smallest possible value of a payment. Specify an amount to avoid creating zero amounts when matching vouchers and credit notes.

4.7.4 Running the Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Report

Finnish Localization (G74V), Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts.

4.7.5 Setting Processing Options for Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts (R74W0021)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

4.7.5.1 Process

These processing options enable you to specify whether the Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Sweden - 04 (R74W0021) should run stand-alone or inline, and whether the program should run in proof or final mode.

1. Inline Execution from within R04570

Specify whether to run the Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Sweden program (R74W0021) from the Create Payment Control Groups program (R04570) prior to generating payments. Running this program online can slow down processing. If you rarely use the enhanced due date processing - discounts feature, you might want to run this program as standalone. Values are:

Blank: Do not run.

1: Run.

2. Stand-Alone Execution from Menu Item

Specify whether to run the Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Sweden program (R74W0021) standalone from a menu item. Values are:

Blank: Do not enable the Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Sweden program to run standalone.

1: Run the Enhanced Due Date Processing - Discounts Sweden program standalone.

3. Mode

Specify whether to run the report in proof or final mode. If you select proof mode, the system generates a report of possible changes but makes no changes in the database. If you select final mode, the system generates a report and updates the invoices specified on the report. Values are:

Blank: Run the report in proof mode.

1: Run the report in final mode.