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Data Conversion Updates for Decimal

Precision of Unaccounted Units

September 2018
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Increasing Decimal Precision of Unaccounted
Units

This document describes the steps that you must perform to increase the decimal precision of data
items CTS1, CTS2, CTS3, and CTS9 stored in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne tables. The default
setting of the data items to 2 display decimals can lead to rounding errors due to a difference
between other data items with higher decimal precision such as TRQT, which is set to 4 display
decimals.

Problem
Decimal precision differences between CTS1 (2 display decimals) and TRQT (4 display
decimals) cause a discrepancy between the value of inventory issued to manufacturing work
orders and the accounting for those inventory issues. For example, the cost of an inventory item is
$1,000.00, and 1.0049 units of the item are issued to a work order and stored as 1.00 unaccounted
units. After running Manufacturing Accounting, the Item Ledger table (F4111) reflects a
valuation of $1,004.90 (1.0049 x $1,000.00), but the Account Ledger table (F0911) only accounts
for $1,000.00 (1.00 x $1,000.00) — a $4.90 difference. The 2 display decimal settings of CTS2,
CTS3, and CTS9 may cause other inaccuracies.

Scope
CTS1, CTS2, CTS3, and CTS9 (collectively referred to as CTSx) are stored in the following JD
Edwards EnterpriseOne tables:

Table CTS1 CTS2 CTS3 CTS9


F3111 
F3111S 
F3111T
F3111Z1 
F3111Z2 
F3112   
F3112S   
F3112T
F3112Z1   
F3112Z2   
F4801 
F4801S 
F4801ST
F4801T
F4801TZ2
F4801Z1 
F4801Z2 

1
F48UI001 
FCW65 
FCW67 
FCW68   
FF31011 
FF31011S 
FF31111 
FF31111S 

Display Decimal Conversion Program (R8931CTSX)


The Display Decimal Conversion program (R8931CTSX) is a data conversion program that
converts the display decimals of CTSx values to match the display decimals of data item TRQT.

When to Run R8931CTSX


Oracle recommends that you run the R8931CTSX program if you have an existing installation of
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne or you are upgrading to the latest release.
The timings for running the R8931CTSX program vary based on the following conditions:

New installation: If you are installing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne for the first time, you
do not need to run the R8931CTSX program because there is no data to convert.
However, you must change the display decimals for the CTSx data items to match the
display decimals of TRQT (4 decimals) to avoid rounding issues.

Upgrading to the latest release: Oracle strongly recommends that you run R8931CTSX
when upgrading to the latest EnterpriseOne release as part of the Manual Table
Conversions process.

Existing installation: If you have an existing installation of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne,


you must run R8931CTSX and change the display decimals for the CTSx data items to
allow future CTSx values to be written with the necessary decimal precision. However,
note that existing data in the CTSx fields cannot be corrected.

Process
To increase decimal precision of CTSx data items:
1. Back up production data in the tables listed in the Scope section.
2. Sign out all users from the EnterpriseOne system to ensure that no new CTSx transactions are
created during the conversion process.
3. Run the Display Decimal Conversion program (R8931CTSX) in all environments shared by the
data dictionary.
4. In the data dictionary, change CTS1, CTS2, CTS3, and CTS9 display decimals to match the
display decimals of TRQT (4 decimals).

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5. Build and deploy a full package to all path codes that share the data dictionary. This will ensure
that all object specifications (tables, business views, data structures, NERs, business functions,
applications, UBEs, and so on) are updated with the correct data dictionary changes.

Important:
There are two data dictionaries – Pristine and E920. You must never
change the Pristine data dictionary because table conversions use this
data dictionary during the upgrade process. The E920 data dictionary
is shared by all path codes except PS920. Each path code may have
several environments.

R8931CTSX Functional Description


The Display Decimal Conversion program (R8931CTSX) is a data conversion batch program that is
specific to data items CTS1, CTS2, CTS3, and CTS9. This program does not have data selection or
processing options.
The R8931CTSX program retrieves the TRQT data dictionary display decimals and converts the
values of the CTSx data items in all the affected tables to match the TRQT display decimals. You can
run this program only in final mode.

Output
The output of the R8931CTSX program displays which tables have been converted for each data
item. If there are errors while processing the output, the system displays the errors in the PDF report
with important information about the error (such as table update failed, data conversion failed). Note
that the errors are not sent to the Work Center.

Processing
The R8931CTSX program calls the Data Decimal Conversion business function (B8900010) for each
CTSx data item. The UBE locates all tables containing the data item and selects non-zero values for
conversion. The program converts the CTSx value and updates the table.
The following image is a sample data conversion report generated by the R8931CTSX program:

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