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Size: 2.27 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/2/2018
The AP 'As Of' date generation file is a critical step when reconciling the AP subledger to the General Ledger. In this article, Jim Vigeant reviews the ins and outs of the 'As Of' date generation file, and then provides helpful tips on what reports are available and how to run them to help you with this important reconciliation.  
Size: 2.30 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/12/2018
This series of articles explains in detail how the Financial Automatic Accounting Instructions (AAIs) work and describes business examples of how they can be configured. Previous articles in this series provided a basic overview of AAIs, including naming conventions, defaults, search sequences and best practices. General Ledger and Accounts Receivable AAIs were covered in depth. In this article, Sarah Gavin explains how to use and set up the Accounts Payable AAIs. Future articles will cover Fixed Asset and Multicurrency AAIs.  
Size: 1.5 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:1/9/2018
In very general terms, AP scanning lets you automate the processing of incoming invoices by automatically capturing data, putting the data into the appropriate fields in JDE, processing voucher matching, and posting the associated transactions while at the same time storing the documents electronically and allowing for streamlined approval processes. Most systems are capable of handling various types of invoice processing including non-purchase order based expenses, two-way and three-way voucher matching to purchase orders. This article first goes over the AP process in general terms and then explains in detail about the different types of products.  
Size: 2.96 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/3/2017
Many utility providers do not accept EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) payments because of the difficulties involved in trying to match payments received to the correct customer accounts, so Web Payments are the alternative, as explained in detail in this article. This solution is specific to a particular Canadian banking provider and Canadian utility companies; however, Kris believes the approach or something similar could be applicable in many other countries.  
Size: 3.27 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:10/3/2016
Auto Bank Reconciliation has been available since release 8.11, but has not been widely implemented. This article offers an overview of the functionality that currently exists in 9.2, which has not changed greatly since 8.11. It provides an overview of the process, including what it does and does not do, then details the setup steps and walks us through the process soup to nuts.  
Have you ever seen a system hiccup in the Accounts Payable (A/P) module of JD Edwards? By a system hiccup, we are referring to an incomplete update of the database tables for an action the system user has performed correctly in JDE. If you have experienced one or more consistent A/P hiccups, this article will assist you in smoothing things out going forward. If you have never experienced any hiccups in Accounts Payable, maybe you can leverage this strategy as a solution for other JDE system modules if updates do not occur correctly.  
Size: 932 Kb, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/27/2013
Bob shows us two methods of accruing expenses, the Journal Entry method and the Accounts Payable method. Read on for step by step directions and results for both methods, and more.  
Size: 564 kb, Version:1, Publication Date:12/22/2010
Get a quick overview of Procure to Pay with a chapter from our Accounts Payable Training Manual.  
Size: 955 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:6/29/2010
In a previous article, Susan Stooksberry demonstrated how to reconcile the Received Not Vouchered account using Excel Macros. In this article, she presents another option for reconciling this account, as well as other types of accounts, using the JDE Bank Account Reconciliation process. Focusing on the RNV account, and using the JDE Manual Account Reconciliation program, Susan steps us through this process, including options for reconciling vs. unreconciling, and using this in combination with Excel Macros.  
Size: 1.38 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:4/30/2010
Looking for a simpler way to reconcile your received-not-vouchered liability account? If you're familiar with Excel and standard JDE Account Reconciliation, we have a solution for you. Susan Stooksberry demonstrates how Excel macros can be used to determine which General Ledger transactions are resulting in open balances. Added bonus: She's included an Excel spreadsheet that includes the macros discussed in the article so you can get started right away.  
Size: 439 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:6/2/2008
It's not somewhere that you would necessarily think to look, but there are most likely some hidden, incremental profits in your balance sheet that could result in anything from a few extra dollars to millions in "found" money. The key here is to understand what's in the Received Not Vouchered General Ledger account. Nadine Alexander demonstrates her "treasure hunting" techniques for bringing to light those hidden dollars; the end results could ultimately make a difference in your bottom line.  
Size: 439 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:6/2/2008
Session # 35800 from Collaborate 08.  
Size: 1.06 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:4/4/2008
Whether it's travelling to a meeting, dinner with a client, or home office expenses,every company has to account for a certain amount of employee expenditure--which equals the dreaded "expense report". It's a time-consuming process if done manually. Of course, the Expense Management module in JD Edwards can make it so much more efficient--and by that we mean automated. If you haven't discovered this functionality, let Dipesh Mandalia take you on a tour.  
Size: 402kb, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/25/2006
Save money by changing the way you spend it. This article describes the process for working with your bank to complete automated payments so you don't have to spend your time (and money) printing paper checks and mailing them. This article should help you get on your way along the road to that Utopian paperless society we hear so much about. For EnterpriseOne users, please refer to "A Technical Approach to Implementing A/P Wire Transfers", in the Accounts Payable Category.  
Size: 807KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/10/2005
This white paper is a sample chapter of the JDEtips Mastery Level Accounts Payable Workshop, to be introduced in March 2006 as a public course. Please see our full course listing for the JDEtips Workshops and an outline of this outstanding Mastery Level course. Please inquire about its availability as a custom course.  
Size: 1233KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/6/2005
The who, what, why, when, and where of Voucher Logging. This article presents a complex business scenario with multiple business branches where each branch needed its own set of voucher numbers. Even in a less complex business environment, this article can be a great handbook to walk you through your decision of whether to use Voucher Logging and then how to get it going. Jan shows us how to set up and implement this solution without any modifications to the system. And you don't need to be a "techie" to understand it!  
Size: 510KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/11/2005
In prior issues of JDEtips, Paul Hanson has written about the Positive Pay Interface and A/P Wire Transfer Interface. This gets the bills paid in the first place. Now, he wraps up this thread by showing us how to bring the data back in from the bank for an automated check reconciliation. It doesn't take that much tweaking once you get straight with the bank and get the ball rolling. You can use the JDEtips Document Library Search Engine to locate "Developing a Positive Pay Interface" and "A Technical Approach to Implementing A/P Wire Transfers".  
Size: 369KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/11/2005
Save money by changing the way you spend it. This article describes the process for working with your bank to complete automated payments so you don't have to spend your time (and money) printing paper checks and mailing them. The features described here are built in to your EnterpriseOne software, but there are still some chores you have to do to make it work for you.  
Size: 190 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2004
Rita Nygren's article on EFT processing in Accounts Payable should help you setup automatic payments to your vendors. If you are about to embark on an EFT project, this article will save you time, money, and probably a few headaches as well.  
Size: 200 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/1/2002
In one of our Back to Basics features, Blanca leads Accounts Payable users through the proper steps to void a voucher and/or a check. She handles all four combinations of Paid/Unpaid, Posted/Unposted, with clear step-by-step directions.  
Size: 125 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/1/2002
One of the most difficult reconciliation processes for JDE clients is to reconcile open purchase orders to the received not vouchered account. As you probably know, these should balance, but often don't. Many customers struggle with this issue. In this article, we present some great tips on how to figure out where the discrepancy comes from.  
Size: 25 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2002
Sometimes you read something and think, "Wow, that is a great idea!" We think you'll be "wowed" by the simple excellence of this White Paper. Source code is available for this tip.  
Another winner from one of our favorite contributors, Roger Avrit! We feel your pain when it comes to reconciling the G/L and the Procurement Receipt details. Learn to write a custom report to solve this integrity issue - OneWorld code is included.  

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