4 Setting Up Localizations for Brazil

This chapter contains the following topics:

4.1 Understanding Advanced Pricing Setup for Repasse

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced Pricing system from Oracle is integrated with the Brazil sales order tax calculator to compute:

  • Trade discounts.

  • Pricing rule discounts.

  • ICMS repasse discounts.

  • Free port zone discounts.

The system does not consider interest on installment payments when generating notas fiscais.

To work with advanced pricing for repasse, you must:

  • Verify that a master record exists for the preference hierarchy.

  • Verify that customer information is set up in the Address Book Master table (F0101) and the Customer Ledger table (F03B11).

  • Verify that customer billing instructions are set up for customers.

  • Verify that item information is set up in the F4101, F4102, and F41021 tables.

  • Verify that you have set up customer and item price group names in the User Defined Code (UDC) table 40/PC.

  • Set up the Adjustment/Preference Name (40/TY) UDC table with special handling codes that the system uses to locate repasse discounts.

    See Setting Up UDCs for Tax Processing for Brazil.

4.2 Setting Up AAIs for Tax Processing for Brazil

(Release 9.2 Update) Set up these AAIs for Brazilian transactions:

  • Set up the standard JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Distribution system AAIs to account for Brazilian taxes.

    For example, the system uses AAI 4385 or 4315 for debits and AAI 4390 for credits for Programa de Integração Social/Programa de Formação do Patrimônio do Servidor Público (PIS/PASEP) and Contribuição para Financiamento da Seguridade Social (COFINS) taxes.

  • To account for ICMS, ICMS substitution, and IPI tax calculations, set up AAIs 4210, 4220, 4240, 4285, 4290, 4310, 4385, and 4390.

  • To account for Brazilian taxes, freights, expenses, insurance, and discounts, set up AAIs 4220 and 4240 in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management system and set up AAIs 4385 and 4390 in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement system.

  • For sales transactions, the system uses AAI 4220 to generate a debit to the posting account and uses AAI 4240 to generate a credit to the posting account when you update the general ledger with PIS/PASEP and COFINS tax credits.

  • For procurement transactions, the system uses AAI 4385 or 4315 to generate a debit to the posting account and uses AAI 4390 to generate a credit to the posting account when you update the general ledger with PIS/PASEP and COFINS tax credits.

  • To account for taxes when closing a nota fiscal, set up the Cost/Expense Adjustments AAI (4385/4315) and the Cost/Liability Adjustments AAI (4390).

4.3 Setting Up Next Numbers for Brazil

This section provides an overview of next numbers for Brazil and discusses how to:

  • Set up next numbers for notas fiscais.

  • Set up next numbers for electronic GIAs.

  • Set up next numbers for Fiscal Books.

4.3.1 Understanding Next Numbers for Brazil

You must set up next numbers for notas fiscais, electronic notas fiscais (NFes), electronic GIAs, and fiscal books to correctly process sales information for Brazil.

4.3.1.1 Next Numbers for Notas Fiscais

You set up temporary next numbers for notas fiscais in the Next Numbers program (P0002). The system uses the temporary next numbers when you run the Generate Nota Fiscal program (R76558B). After you review the temporary numbers for notas fiscais and make any necessary corrections, you run the Print Nota Fiscal program (R76560B) to generate the nota fiscal that accompanies merchandise or services. The Print Nota Fiscal program prints on the nota fiscal a next number from the block of nota fiscal numbers that are assigned to a company by the government. You set up the block of numbers in the Next Numbers - Nota Fiscal program (P7600B).

Note:

If you use the electronic nota fiscal process to obtain numbers for notas fiscais, you do not need to set up next numbers in the P7600B program.

See Working With São Paulo Electronic Notas Fiscais.

4.3.1.2 Next Numbers for NFes

You must set up next numbering schemes for NFe lots, the NFe access key, and cancelled NFe lots. Oracle recommends that you set up next numbers in the Next Numbers by System Code program (P0002) for system code 76B (Brazil) as shown in this image:

Figure 4-1 Set Up Next Numbers by System form

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4.3.1.3 Next Numbers for Electronic GIAs

You set up next numbers for electronic GIAs by completing the tenth next numbering position. The system uses the next number as part of the String Key field data item GISTR) when you run the Extract GIA program (R76B130) or when you manually create a new GIA.

4.3.1.4 Next Numbers for Fiscal Books

Each type of fiscal book that you generate must be sequentially numbered and can contain no more than 500 pages. You use the Fiscal Books Next Number program (P7602B) to specify the book number, the starting page number, and the maximum number of pages for each book.

4.3.1.5 Next Numbers for Remessa

Remessa is the remittance process for accounts receivable in which you send customer account information to a bank through an electronic media or the internet for collection purposes. After the bank receives the customer account information, the bank sends the customer a collection document called a boleto. The boleto indicates the amount that is owed to you. The customer uses the boleto to determine the amount that must be remitted to you.

You must set up next numbers in system 76 for remessa so that each transaction that you send to the bank is uniquely identified.

4.3.2 Forms Used to Set Up Next Numbers for Brazil

Form Name Form ID Navigation Usage
Nota Fiscal Next Number Revision W7600BE Brazilian Localization Setup (G76B41B), Next Number - Nota Fiscal.

On the Work With Nota Fiscal Next Numbers form, click Add.

Set up next numbers for nota fiscal numbers, which are assigned by the government.
Set Up Next Numbers by System W0002C In the Fast Path field, enter nn.

On the Work With Next Numbers form, select system 76B.

Set up next numbers for electronic GIAs.
Fiscal Books Next Number Revision W7602BB Brazilian Localization Setup (G76B41B), Next Number - Fiscal Books

Click Add on Work With Fiscal Books Next Number.

Specify the book number, the starting page number, and the maximum number of pages for fiscal books.

4.3.3 Setting Up Next Numbers for Notas Fiscais

Access the Nota Fiscal Next Number Revision form.

Figure 4-2 Nota Fiscal Next Number Revision form

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Fiscal Company

Enter the company in which to set up next numbers for notas fiscais.

NF Document Type (nota fiscal document type)

Enter a value from UDC table 00/DT that identifies the origin and purpose of a transaction. The prefix for sales order documents is S.

NF Series (nota fiscal series)

Enter a two-character number that along with the nota fiscal next number identifies a nota fiscal. This field is the second key that the system uses to access a specific nota fiscal.

Nota Fiscal Next Number

Enter a six-character number that identifies a nota fiscal. This number consists of the nota fiscal next number and the nota fiscal series.

Number of Detail Lines per Page

Enter the maximum number of lines that can be printed in the detail section of the nota fiscal.

4.3.4 Setting Up Next Numbers for Electronic GIAs

Access the Set Up Next Numbers by System form.

Next Number

For the tenth position (GIA Sequence) under the Use column, enter a next number in the corresponding Next Number field.

The system uses this next number as part of the String Key field (data item GISTR) when you create a new GIA manually or by running the Extract GIA program (R76B130).

Check Digit Used

Do not select this check box for electronic GIAs.

4.3.5 Setting up Next Numbers for Fiscal Books

Access the Fiscal Books Next Number Revision form.

Figure 4-3 Fiscal Books Next Number Revision form

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Report Type

Enter a UDC (76/FB) from the Fiscal Book Code table that identifies the type of fiscal book.

Book Number

Enter the next number that the system uses to automatically assign numbers. Next numbers can be used for many types of documents; they include voucher numbers, invoice numbers, journal entry numbers, employee numbers, address numbers, and so on. You must adhere to the next numbers that have been preestablished unless custom programming is provided.

Next Page Number

Enter the number of the page that follows the opening statement. The system automatically inserts the opening statement beginning on page one.

Maximum Number of Pages

Enter the maximum number of pages in the fiscal book. Brazilian government regulations limit the size of a fiscal book to 500 pages.

Print Date

Review the date that the fiscal book is printed. This value is system-assigned.

4.4 Setting Processing Options for Address Book Additional Information - Brazil (P01012BR)

These processing options specify whether the system validates, allows duplicates for, and displays error or warning messages for CGC and CPF numbers. You can also specify whether the system validates the state tax ID in address book records.

4.4.1 Edits

1. CGC Error or Warning

Specify whether the system displays a warning or an error message when you enter a duplicate or erroneous CGC (Cadastro Geral de Contribuintes) number. Values are:

Blank: Display a warning message.

1: Display an error message.

2. CPF Error or Warning

Specify whether the system displays a warning or an error message when an erroneous or duplicate CPF number is entered. Values are:

Blank: Display a warning message.

1: Display an error message.

3. Duplicate CGC Number

Specify whether the system allows duplicate CGC numbers. Values are:

Blank: Do not allow duplicate CGC numbers.

1: Allows duplicate CGC numbers.

4. Duplicate CGC Error or Warning

Specify whether the system checks for duplicate or erroneous CGC numbers. If the Duplicate CGC Numbers processing option has a value of blank, the system does not allow duplicate CGC numbers. Values are:

Blank: The system generates an error for duplicate CGC numbers.

1: The system allows duplicate CGC numbers.

5. Duplicate CPF Numbers

Specify whether the system allows duplicate CPF numbers. Values are:

Blank: Allow duplicate CPF (Cadastro de Pessoas Fisicas) numbers.

1: Do not allow duplicate CPF numbers.

6. Duplicate CPF Error or Warning

Specify whether the system checks for duplicate or erroneous CPF numbers. If the Duplicate CPF Numbers processing option has a value of blank, the system does not allow duplicate CPF numbers. Values are:

Blank: The system generates an error for duplicate CPF numbers.

1: The system does not allow duplicate CPF numbers.

7. Duplicate State Tax ID Numbers

Specify whether the system allows duplicate state tax ID numbers. Values are:

Blank: The system does not allow duplicate state tax ID numbers.

1: The system does allow duplicate state tax ID numbers.

8. Duplicate State Tax ID Error or Warning

Specify whether the system displays an error or warning message when you enter a duplicate state tax ID. Values are:

Blank: The system displays an error message when a duplicate state tax ID is entered.

1: The system displays a warning message when you enter a duplicate state tax ID. This processing option applies when you leave the Duplicate State Tax ID Numbers processing option blank.

4.5 Setting Up Corresponding Versions of Programs for Brazil

Some country-specific functionality requires that you create versions of the same name for a country-specific program and a base software program. For example, to have the system access the processing options for a country-specific voucher program, you might need to set up a version named XYZ for the country-specific voucher program, and a version named XYZ of the Standard Voucher Entry program (P0411).

Set up corresponding versions for these programs:

Brazilian Program Base Software Program
Sales/Purchase Returns - Brazil (P76B805) Sales Order Entry (P4210) and Sales Ledger Inquiry (P42025).

Note: Versions ZJDE7003 and ZJDE7004 of the Sales Order Entry program exist in the base software to process sales and purchase returns. Set up versions ZJDE7003 and ZJDE7004 of the Sales Ledger Inquiry and Sales/Purchase Returns – Brazil programs.

See Understanding Sales Order Returns, Reverses, and Cancellations.

P.O. Brazilian Additional Information - Brazil (P4310BR)

Note: If the versions are different, P.O. Brazilian Additional Information - Brazil uses version ZJDE0001.

Enter Purchase Orders (P4310)
Sales Order Brazilian Additional Information - Brazil (P4210BR)

Note: If the versions are different, Sales Order Brazilian Additional Information - Brazil uses version ZJDE0001.

Sales Order Entry (P4210)
Stand Alone Nota Fiscal (P7611B) and Generate Nota Fiscal (R76558B) NA
Address Book Additional Information - Brazil (P01012BR) Address Book Revisions (P01012)
Brazilian Payment Process - PO (P76B470) Create Payment Control Groups (R04570)
Nota Fiscal Receipts - Brazil (P4312BR) PO Receipts (P4312)
Purchase Receipts Inquiry - Version Program (P76B4321).

Note: If the versions are different, Purchase Receipts Inquiry - Version Program uses version ZJDE0001.

Reverse/Void Receipt (P43214)

4.6 Setting Up Opening and Closing Terms for Fiscal Books for Brazil

This section provides and overview of opening and closing terms and discusses how to add opening or closing terms for fiscal books.

4.6.1 Understanding Opening and Closing Terms

Before writing any fiscal book, you must include the opening term and the closing term for the book on the first and last pages of the book, respectively.

The opening term of the book should include this information:

  • Purpose of the book.

  • Number of the book.

  • Number of pages.

  • Business to which the book pertains.

  • Business address.

  • Number assigned to the book by the Junta Comercial and the date when the number was assigned.

  • CGC tax ID number.

These examples of an opening term and a closing term were taken from Departmento Fiscal Modelo (Ribeiro, Wanderlei Ban, São Paulo: Informações Objetivas Publicações Jurídicas Ltda., 1994, pp.1-2 in the section titled IV-Dos Livros Fiscais). This model is an opening term:

Termo de Abertura

Este livro que servirá como Diário Geral, n° 3, contém 200 folhas, numeradas tipograficamente, da São José Ltda., sita na Rua São Joaquim, 33, na Cidade de Cruz Torta-SP, registrada na Junta Comercial sob o n° 456378957, na seção de 23.12.66, inscrita no Cadastro Geral de Contribuintes sob o n° 56.678.978/0001-90 e na Fazenda Estadual sob o n° 122.345.234.111.

The closing term contains the:

  • Purpose of the book.

  • Number of the book.

  • Number of pages.

  • Name of the company.

This model is a closing term:

Termo de Encerramento

O presente livro serviu como Diário Geral, n° 3, com 200 folhas, numeradas tipograficamente, da São José Ltda.

Both the opening and closing terms should contain the date and signature of the business owner and the business accountant.

Use these variables if you want the system to enter default values into the opening or closing terms:

  • ###### (six # signs) - Use a default book number when you run the Transaction Journal report.

  • @@@@@@ (six @ symbols) - Add the page number of the closing term to the statement.

  • $$$$$$ (six $ signs) - Add either the issue date or the current date to the term.

You enter the opening and closing terms in the Media Object form.

4.6.2 Form Used to Set Up Opening and Closing Terms

Form Name Form ID Navigation Usage
Fiscal Books - Work With Fiscal Books Next Number W7602BA Brazilian Localization Setup (G76B41B), Next Number - Fiscal Books

Select a record, click either Opening Statement or Closing Statement, and then select Opening Statement or Closing Statement from the Row menu.

Add an opening or closing statement.

4.6.3 Adding an Opening or Closing Statement

Access the Fiscal Books - Work With Fiscal Books Next Number form.

  1. Click Find to view available records, and then select a record.

  2. To add an opening or closing statement to the fiscal book, select Opening Statement or Closing Statement from the Row menu.

  3. On Fiscal Books - Opening Statement or Fiscal Books - Closing Statement, click OK.

  4. On Media Object Viewer, click Text, enter the opening or closing statement, and then click Save.

4.7 Setting Up a Cross-Reference for Transaction Nature Codes for Brazil

This section provides an overview of cross-references for transaction nature codes and discusses how to set up a cross-reference.

4.7.1 Understanding Cross-References for Transaction Nature Codes

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne uses three digits for transaction nature codes. Some states in Brazil require a four-digit code. You can use the Setup Transaction Nature Cross Reference program (P76B2001) to create a cross-reference between the standard three-digit codes in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne software the four-digit codes that are required for Brazil. You set up the cross-references by company.

4.7.2 Forms Used to Set Up a Cross-Reference

Form Name Form ID Navigation Usage
CFOP Cross Reference - [Work With CFOP Cross References] W76B2001A Fiscal Reports - Brazil (G76B111), Setup Transaction Nature Cross Reference Access forms to set up cross-references.
CFOP Cross Reference - [CFOP Cross References] W76B2001B Click Add on Work With CFOP Cross References. Add a cross-reference between a 3-digit and a 5-digit transaction nature code.

4.7.3 Setting Up a Cross-Reference for Transaction Nature Codes

Access the CFOP Cross References form.

From CFOP

Enter a three-character code that for tax purposes, identifies a type of transaction. To enter values for the transaction nature code, use this convention: X.YY where X defines the origin of the transaction (inbound or outbound), and YY defines the transaction as a whole, such as a sales transaction. Values for X are:

1: Inbound, inside the state.

2: Inbound, other states.

3: Inbound, import.

5: Outbound, inside state.

6: Outbound, other states.

7: Outbound, export.

Examples of transaction nature codes:

511: In-state sale.

611: Out-of-state sale.

Suffix

Complete this two-character field in conjunction with the transaction nature code to identify the complementary implications of a type of transaction. For example, the suffix might indicate that a certain type of transaction represents an inventory change, or that a transaction is eligible for a certain type of tax.

Values might include:

01: Bonus

02: Demo

03: Sample

04: Return merchandise

05: Back order

06: Donation

Examples of transaction nature codes with suffixes are:

511 01: In-state sale, bonus.

511 05: In-state sale, back order.

To CFOP

Use this four-character code to indicate different types of transactions for tax purposes. This code is included in the list of legal fiscal codes for transaction nature (Códigos Fiscais de Operações E Prestações) published by the SEFAZ (Secretaria do Estado da Fazenda do Brasil, the State Revenue Department).

Examples of values are:

1101:Purchasing of rural production or industrialization.

2251: Purchasing of electrical energy for commercialization or distribution.

5102:Sales of acquired or received merchandise from third parties.

6124: Industrializations performed for other company.

Effective Date

Enter the date on which you confirm that a specific order line was shipped.

4.8 Setting Up Company and Branch/Plant Cross-References for Brazil

This section provides an overview of company and branch/plant cross-references for Brazil and discusses how to set them up.

4.8.1 Understanding Company and Branch/Plant Cross-References for Brazil

In Brazil, the government requires every business unit (branch/plant) that belongs to a fiscal company to have a separate tax identification number. For reporting purposes, the government requires companies to verify that every business unit is assigned to only one fiscal company.

To associate business units with a fiscal company and prevent assigning the same business unit to more than one fiscal company, you set up fiscal company and branch/plant cross-references. You must set up a cross-reference for each branch/plant. You might need to complete the steps several times if you have more than one cross-reference.

4.8.2 Form Used to Set Up Company and Branch/Plant Cross-References

Form Name Form ID Navigation Usage
Fiscal Company/Branch Plant Revision W7606BE Brazilian Localization Setup (G76B41B), Fiscal Company/Branch Plant

On the Work with Fiscal Company/Branch Plant form, click Add.

Set up company and branch/plant cross-references for Brazil.

4.8.3 Setting Up Company and Branch/Plant Cross-References for Brazil

Access the Fiscal Company/Branch Plant Revision form.

Branch Plant

Enter the alphanumeric code that identifies a separate entity within a business (or business unit) that you want to associate to a fiscal company.

Fiscal Company

Enter the code of the fiscal company that you want to associate to a branch plant or business unit.

4.9 Setting Up Payment Formats for Brazil

This section provides an overview of payment formats for Brazil and discusses how to set up processing options for:

  • Print Automatic Payments - Check & Bordero - Brazil (R04572CB1).

  • Print Automatic Payments - Bordero Money Transfer (R04572DB).

  • Convert Numeric Value to Words – Portuguese (P76B5001).

  • Print Automatic Payments - Check - Brazil (R04572DB1).

  • Print Automatic Payments - Bordero with Boleto - Brazil (R04572RB).

4.9.1 Understanding Payment Formats for Brazil

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne software provides these payment formats for Brazil:

Format Description
R04572CB1 Print Automatic Payments - Check & Bordero - Brazil
R04572DB Print Automatic Payments - Bordero Money Transfer
R04572DB1 Print Automatic Payments - Check - Brazil
R04572RB Print Automatic Payments - Bordero with Boleto - Brazil

Additionally, you can set up payment formats in the Dynamic Formatter program (P76B474).

See Setting Up Electronic Banking for Brazil.

You can also use BI Publisher for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne to print checks for Brazil.

See JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications BIP Payment Formats for Localizations Implementation Guide.

4.9.1.1 Using the Print Automatic Payments - Bordero Money Transfer Program

You set up supplementary processing options in the Convert Numeric Value to Words – Portuguese program (P76B5001) to enable you to specify whether to print the currency name in a singular or plural form. For example, you would specify singular to print the name of the currency for USD as dollar, and would specify plural to print the currency name as dollars.

To use the supplementary processing options:

  1. Set the processing options in a version of the Convert Numeric Value to Words – Portuguese program.

  2. Create a corresponding version of the Create Payment Control Groups program, and specify P04572DB as the print program.

    For example, if you name the version of the Convert Numeric Value to Words – Portuguese program Bordero, you would create a version of the Create Payment Control Groups program named Bordero.

When you use the Print Automatic Payments - Bordero Money Transfer program (R04572DB) as the payment print program for transactions in a foreign currency in the Create Payment Control Groups program or in the Payment With Voucher Match program (P0413M), the system:

  • Reads the processing options in the Create Payment Control Groups program.

  • Reads the processing options in the corresponding version of the P76B5001 program.

  • Reads the processing option in the Automatic Payments - Bordero Money Transfer program.

4.9.2 Setting Processing Options for Print Automatic Payments - Check & Bordero - Brazil (R04572CB1)

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

4.9.2.1 Translation

Translation Program

Enter 1 to use the standard program to translate payment amounts from numbers to words. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the X76500BR translation program. All checks are printed in Portuguese.

4.9.2.2 Payment

Message

Specify the opening terms message.

First Line Size

Specify the size of the first line of the print format. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the maximum value of 98.

Second Line Size

Specify the size of the second line of the print format. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the maximum value of 98.

Convert Decimals

Enter 1 to suppress the conversion of the value after the decimal into words.

Check Number

Enter 1 to print the check number.

Company

Specify the company whose description you want to print on the bordero.

Date

Enter 1 to print the GL date on the check. Leave this processing option blank to print the system date on the check.

4.9.3 Setting Processing Options for Print Automatic Payments - Bordero Money Transfer - Brazil (R04572DB)

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

4.9.3.1 Translation

Translation Program

Enter 1 to use the standard program to translate payment amounts from numbers to words. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the X76500BR translation program. All checks are printed in Portuguese.

4.9.3.2 Payment

Message

Specify the opening terms message.

First Line Size

Specify the size of the first line of the print format. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the maximum value of 98.

Second Line Size

Specify the size of the second line of the print format. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the maximum value of 98.

Convert Decimals

Enter 1 to suppress the conversion of the value after the decimal into words.

Check Number

Enter 1 to print the check number.

Company

Specify the company whose description is to print on the bordero.

Date

Enter 1 to print the GL date on the check. Leave this processing option blank to print the system date on the check.

4.9.4 Setting Processing Options for Convert Numeric Value to Words – Portuguese (P76B5001)

You access these processing options from Interactive Versions. Enter IV in the Fast Path and then search for and select P76B5001 on the Work With Interactive Versions form.

4.9.4.1 Printing

1. Currency Description Singular Form

Enter the text for the currency in the singular form. For example, for the currency USD, enter dollar.

2. Currency Description Plural Form

Enter the text for the currency in the singular form. For example, for the currency USD, enter dollars.

4.9.5 Setting Processing Options for Print Automatic Payments - Check - Brazil (R04572DB1)

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

4.9.5.1 Address

Address Format (Future)

This processing option is not used.

4.9.5.2 Translation

Translation Program

Enter 1 to use the standard program to translate payment amounts from numbers to words. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the X76500BR translation program. All checks are printed in Portuguese.

4.9.5.3 Conversion

First Line Size and Second Line Size

Enter the size of the first line or the second line of the print format. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the maximum value of 98.

Convert Decimals

Enter 1 to suppress the conversion of the value after the decimal into words.

4.9.5.4 Payment

Company Name

Specify the company whose description is to print on the payment.

Payee Name and Payee Address

Enter 1 to print the payee name or the payee address on the check.

Purchase Order

Enter 1 to print the purchase order number on the stub instead of the supplier invoice number.

4.9.5.5 Print

Check Type

Enter 1 to print a standard check. Enter 2 to print the check without a stub or attachment.

Check Number

Enter 1 to print the check number.

4.9.6 Setting Processing Options for Print Automatic Payments - Bordero with Boleto - Brazil (R04572RB)

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

4.9.6.1 Translation

Translation Program

Enter 1 to use the standard program to translate payment amounts from numbers to words. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the X76500BR translation program. All checks are printed in Portuguese.

4.9.6.2 Payment

Message

Specify the opening terms message.

First Line Size and Second Line Size

Specify the size of the first line or the second line of the print format. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses the maximum value of 98.

Convert Decimals

Enter 1 to suppress the conversion of the value after the decimal into words.

Company

Specify the company whose description is to print on the bordero.

Date

Enter 1 to print the GL date on the check. Leave this processing option blank to print the system date on the check.