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JDEdwards 7.3 (green screen) Populate A/R Batch

Posted on 2010-11-10
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I want to import cash receipts (checks applied against invoices) into JDE.  I had a user create a batch through JDE, but we didn't process the batch.  I looked at the data in F0911 and F0311 so I know what fields to populate.  

1.  Should any other tables be populated besides F0911 and F0311?

2.   What do I do about the batch number?  Will JDE generate that?

3.  She entered the batch through JDE so JDE may have populated some of those fields.  I'm wondering if there are fields I should not populate even though her batch had data.  

4.  Is there anything I should be aware of other than following the data example I looked at?  

5.  Does anybody know of a link/article that might help me?

Thanks!
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You should be using the F0911Z1 and F0311Z1 files to import data.
There are JDE programs that then take that data and upload it.
They can be run in "Proof" mode or Final.
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I had someone enter a batch in JDE, but they didn't update it.  The batch was in F0911 and F0311.  the Z1 tables were empty.  Do you know where I can get documentation on which fields to populate and their definitions?

Thanks!
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I suggest you ask your question on the one of the JDE specific sites.
One that I use a lot is called www.jdelist.com

You can search those forums also.. and come up with links like the following.
http://www.jdelist.com/ubb/showflat.php?Cat=&Number=141531&Main=141469
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Without JDE paid support, I can't seem to get this resolved.  Thanks for trying!
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