JDEdwards (JDE) Due Date in Match Vouchers to Open Receipt program (P4314)

Posted on 2007-07-19
Last Modified: 2008-09-08
I know there is not much with JDEdwards on these forums, but I am hoping someone knows what I am talking about.

This question is involving the Accounts Payable system using the Match Voucher to Open Receipt (P4314), Address Book (P01012), and whichever program enters the POs. We are trying to change the Payment term for some venders.

Currently we have gone into the Address Book program (P01012) and have gone into the AP section of a vender and changed the Payment term from 003 to  or BLANK for NET 30.

Now as far as I know setting the Payment Term here will apply the payment terms to the POs as they come in. So the old POs will have the 003 attached to them and the new ones will have the  on them. So we will not see the Due date changes for a while.

So it has been many weeks now and we go into Match Voucher to Open Receipt (P4314), we add a new one and select the POs and the DUE DATE and DISCOUNTED DUE DATE are still the same as the invoice date, the 003 Payment Term.

Can anyone explain why the payment term of  is not being calculated? The Due Date should be 30 days after the invoice date. Is there another place that we have to set the Payment Terms or is there some sort of override to be 003?

I am not completely familiar with this system so any help would be appreciated.
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