You can make payments for a contract directly to the contracting entity or issue payments to one or more beneficiaries. You can. B payment of a contract to a manager, a breeder and a bank (on behalf of the producer). In addition, you can assign each recipient a different payment period and another payment schedule. The system records recipient information in the following tables: Scroll through the Add Contract Block form and click Generate/join the crop to automatically generate and load new crop datasets or add existing datasets. Before interested parties verify and agree on contractual terms, you can enter the contract into the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Grower Pricing and Payments and assign the draft status to it. You can create the contract head, block and harvest with a minimum amount of information or create the contract head and later add the block and harvest. Interested parties review the contract and, if necessary, revere and sign the agreement. If interested parties sign the agreement or contract, change the design status to “Active.” Throughout the lifecycle of the contract, you can closely monitor contract details, including entry and payment of contract items. The block of producers you add to a contract must be in an active position. If the crop block is inactive, the system emits either a warning or an error message based on a processing option for the Contract Workbench (P43C00) program. If the block of producers you add to the contract is in a different status than the asset or end status, the system asks you to make the producer block active. The contract block is the second component of a contract and is primarily available to you to manage prices and detailed data sets for contract-related crops.
Although the contract block is directly related to the start block, the contract block contains attributes of the contract head, such as. B than the start and end dates of the contract and the terms of the contract. If harvest records are available in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Grower management system, the system adds future existing crop datasets to the contract block. Enter the unique identifier or the name of the Angrower block. To choose from a list of block codes, use the search button to access the “Grower Block Search – Select” form.