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Size: 1.28 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/12/2018
This document includes Appendices A, B, and C as discussed in the article, "Alternate Chart of Accounts, Setting Up a COA for Governmental Reporting," by Beth Outtrim.  
Size: 1.58 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/12/2018
All organizations have a need for financial reporting and regulatory reporting. Depending on the size of your organization, these reporting structures can be quite complex, at times even requiring an alternate chart of accounts for international reporting. This article explains how you can use category codes on the Account Master and the existing functionality within JD Edwards to help simplify international reporting requirements.  
Size: 3.66 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/3/2017
This is a start-to-finish guide for configuring and running Global Updates in your Financials, from Changing Business Units to Calculating Fiscal Year. This is a topic for which we have long been receiving requests, so we are happy to deliver this to you.  
Size: 2.94 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/3/2017
This article focuses on Accounts and is the last in a three-part series describing JD Edwards tools and best practices for making maintenance of GL master data (companies, business units, and accounts) slightly less painful.  
Size: 1.03 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:7/19/2017
This article focuses on Business Units and Jobs, and is part two in a series of three articles describing JDE tools and best practices for making maintenance of GL master data (companies, business units, and accounts) slightly less painful.  
Size: 1.02 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:3/28/2017
This article focuses on the Life Cycle of JDE Companies, and is one of a series of three articles describing JDE tools and best practices for making maintenance of GL master data (companies, business units, and accounts) slightly less painful.  
Size: 1.95 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:10/3/2016
In her previous article, 'Automatic Intercompany Settlement Part 1', Sarah discussed the first two Automatic Intercompany Settlement methods - Hub and Detailed. In this Part 2, Sarah covers the Configured Hub method, also providing an overview , sample business cases, transaction examples, and multicurrency considerations. She additionally discusses a 'gotcha' with this method that existed in earlier releases of EnterpriseOne. Finally, Sarah concludes the article and this two-part series with a discussion about the considerations for changing the Automatic Intercompany Settlement method post go live.  
Size: 1.95 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/5/2016
As of E1 9.0, there is a new method for configuring and using Variable Numerator Allocations. This article steps through the process of creating Advanced Variable Numerator Allocations, then offers a couple of variations on the theme; i.e., using business unit overrides, and using different basis ratio methods. All of this functionality saves untold time in manual processes  
Size: 1.43 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/30/2016
In this first of a two-part series on General Accounting Automatic Intercompany settlement, Sarah will walk through the automatic intercompany settlement methods Hub and Detail, explaining in detail how these different methods work, and how you would use them in your organization. In part two, Sarah will delve into the Configured Hub method.  
Size: 958 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:6/26/2015
The first article in this series gave you many things to consider when planning for and structuring a CoA project. The initial planning stage is of critical importance to the success of your project and the thought and energy you invest at this stage will pay off many times over during the design and implementation stages. This second article focuses on CoA design, account mapping, and discusses various issues that are typically encountered during the technical conversion of the CoA. It finishes with a discussion of strategies for testing and training, then some thoughts on what to expect after go-live.  
Size: 676 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:4/1/2015
Eat Dessert First! Or, in this case, design your reports first. But even before that, there is a lot of planning to be done before you dig into a CoA conversion project. This very thorough article is Part 1 of 2, and it illustrates and explains where all the stones are that need to be turned over and inspected. Some project planning guidelines, things to consider when you analyze your current CoA, then some design principles for the new one.  
Size: 341 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/28/2010
Get a quick primer on Indexed Allocations with a chapter from our General Ledger Training Manual.  
Size: 754KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/19/2006
Consolidations are pretty much a fact of life in today's market, where mergers and buy-outs are the name of the game. This white paper explores two methods of consolidating financials through JD Edwards - both for smaller organizations and larger ones. Steve gives step-by-step instructions for both scenarios. Learn more about this and other GL functionality in the JDEtips General Ledger class - this paper will give you a taste of the details included in this class.  
Size: 979KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/19/2006
The JDE standard reports are a powerful tool. But sometimes you need just that one thing extra - something to ensure your integrity and help reflect your reality. One example is the standard unposted batches report, which shows the batch date, but not the GL date of the transactions. What to do? Susan Stooksberry once again comes to our rescue with a full description of the problem - and why it's a problem - along with the full solution. Look for some great "tips" along the way.  
Size: 904KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/10/2005
We've waited five years for someone to come along and explain Vertex to our audience. This is an excellent introduction to using Vertex with JD Edwards Sales Order Management. Going beyond the setup and execution, Morley also explains how to use Flex Accounting to easily reconcile the Vertex generated amounts--before those all-important state tax filings.  
Size: 815KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/11/2005
Yes, you CAN be in two places at once, and first-time contributor Lorin Schultz proves it! Using the technique described in this article, you can set up one or more users in such a way that they can continue to make adjustments to a prior period while the rest of the team marches forward into the next. While the primary focus of this article is on EnterpriseOne, we have also included some notes for World.  
Size: 300 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/1/2003
Subledgers are one of the JDE Financial Suite's best kept secrets. Used well, they can add whole new dimensions to your reporting and perhaps even defer the need to implement Job Cost, Contract/Service Billing, or Activity Based Costing. Hartley draws upon his 20 years of JDE experience to give you rock-solid advice on Subledgers.  
Size: 3.3 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/1/2003
The Chart of Accounts is crucial to the efficient and effective capture and display of your organization's financial information. If the Chart of Accounts is set up correctly, your online inquiry and reporting tools will give you the information you need to understand what is happening in your business. Roger Avrit does an admirable job conveying a wealth of tips and knowledge, gained from nearly 25 years of working with financial systems. As an added bonus, Roger's sample Chart of Accounts is included. This white paper applies to both World Software and OneWorld.  
Size: 200 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/1/2003
We asked Randall to write an article on this topic because questions on changing fiscal date patterns often come up in various user forums. Randall's expertise and his ability to simplify a complex issue shines through. Consider this required (and beneficial) reading if you are contemplating changing your fiscal date pattern.  
Krista is an expert at both Allocations and the ERW. In this White Paper she explains how she goes beyond the boundaries of the JDE Variable Numerator (which allows ratios based on Business Unit Category Codes) to a much more flexible calculation.  
Size: 2.6 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2002
JDE's powerful subledger capability is made even more powerful by implementing the concept explained in this White Paper. Another simple, but beautiful idea, ably explained by Roger Avrit.  

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