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3008942 - Design of Fields Original Value Date and Expected Value Date in Report Liquidity Forecast - Transaction Details


This Knowledge Base Article explains the design of fields Original Value Date and Expected Value Date in report Liquidity Forecast - Transaction Details.


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Reproducing the Issue

  1. Go to Business Analytics - Design Reports
  2. Run Report Liquidity Forecast - Transaction Details
  3. Show fields Original Value Date and Expected Value Date in the report

You want to know what is the design of these two fields and why they are the same sometimes.


The Original Value Date is the date the item is expected to be paid.  This Original Value Date is the same as the due date seen in the invoicing screen and reports.  It will be move to the next working day if it falls on a non-working day

The Expected Value Date is the same value as long if the run is created on or before the Original Value Date.  If the run is created after the Original Value Date and the item still has not been paid then the Expected Value Date will be moved to the date the run was created.  It essentially means that the item is expected to be Valued as soon as possible as it is overdue.


System works as designed


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