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  • Exam Name: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Distribution 9.2 Implementation Essentials
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Question # 6

A customer’s credit limit has been established at $10,000 and current outstanding A/R is $7,000. The customer has active, unshipped sales orders with request dates that are two months in the future and total $3,000. The customer calls today with a $500 order to be shipped immediately.

What happens to the order?

A.

The order goes on hold, because credit checking is performed for the total exposure, which includes open orders regardless of their request dates.

B.

The order does not go on hold, because credit checking only compares the dollar value for open orders against the credit limit.

C.

The order does not go on hold. The system automatically determines that the request date of the new order comes before the request dates of the existing open orders. The system will allow the $500 order to be processed, and put a credit hold on the order with the request date furthest in the future.

D.

The order goes on hold, because the total A/R amount is greater than 5% of the total of A/R and open orders.

E.

The order does not go on hold, because the actual outstanding A/R has not exceeded the credit limit, and the $500 order would still cause the total exposure to be less than $10,000.

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Question # 7

To set up commissions for a salesperson, which three elements must be linked? (Choose three.)

A.

Order type

B.

the DMAAIs (Distribution and Manufacturing Automatic Accounting Instructions)

C.

Commission Percentage

D.

Customer

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Question # 8

Orders due to ship within the next two weeks are considered current and need to affect inventory availability. The Specific Commitment Days in Branch/Plant Constants is set to 14, so that orders due to ship more than 14 days in the future are future committed.

What should you do to convert a future commitment to a current commitment?

A.

Transfer all required quantity to one location to facilitate one-line ship confirm.

B.

Run the Repost Sales Orders program (R42995) every two weeks to recommit the orders.

C.

Run the Repost Sales Orders program (R42995) on a daily basis.

D.

Run the Convert Future Orders program (R42999) on a daily basis.

E.

No action is required; when the Request Date of the future committed orders falls within the 14-day window, the system will automatically recognize the order as a current commitment.

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Question # 9

Your client is entering sales orders using base pricing.

What logic does the system use to retrieve the price based on the effective dates?

A.

Past Due Date

B.

Delivery Date

C.

Earliest Expiration Date

D.

Closest Start Date

E.

Order Date

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Question # 10

A client transfers inventory between warehouses within the same company. Both warehouses carry the inventory at the same cost. In the journal entries for the transfer, the client finds that the batch amount is blank.

Identify the correct reason why this happened.

A.

The client should reverse the transfer transaction, create an issue to remove quantity from the old location, and then create an adjustment to add quantity to the new location.

B.

The AAIs are set up incorrectly. Correct the AAIs so that the journal entry amount will appear.

C.

No correction is necessary. A batch with a blank amount is correct.

D.

The cost is incorrect for one of the warehouses. The client should reverse the transfer, verify the cost, and re-enter the transaction.

E.

The client should carry the inventory cost at different amounts for each warehouse. This approach ensures that a variance journal entry is created.

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Question # 11

Your client wants to ensure that the system will take certain quantities into account when committing available inventory during the order entry process.

Which two statements are true about the calculation of available inventory? (Choose two.)

A.

Quantities or open purchase orders can increase availability.

B.

Hard commitments are always subtracted from on-hand quantity, but not future commitments.

C.

Safety stock is always subtracted from the available quantity.

D.

Quantities in inspection increase the available quantity if it is defined to do so in Receipt Routing Definition.

E.

The availability calculation is defined in Branch/Plant Constants (P41001).

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