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Introducing A Levy Against Suppliers Via Accounts Payable

Introducing A Levy Against Suppliers Via Accounts Payable

Introducing A Levy Against Suppliers Via Accounts Payable

We are running JDE XE We already have OT implemented in AP. Now what we would like to do is introduce a levy against suppliers to be "calculated" and "processed" in the same way as OT is at the time of voucher processing however it's to go to a different GL code than what the OT does.

Any ideas on how I could implement this. The only solution I can think of requires quite a few mods.

RE: Introducing A Levy Against Suppliers Via Accounts Payable

might go to jdelist.com to post this question. not many jde people on this site.. As asking, have you looked at the business rules for JDE,, I was on World 7.3 cumm 11,, and I remember somewhere where we defined the business rules, for what went where, but that was like 6 years ago..

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