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E1: 30/31: Kanban Processing FAQs (Doc ID 1108464.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 19, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Data Management - Version XE and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
System Codes 30 and 31
P3016 - Kanban Master Revisions
P3017 - Kanban Size Calculation Definition
P3157 - Kanban Processing
R30450 - Kanban Size Calculation


Purpose

Information Center: Overview of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control > Information Center: Using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control > Document 1108464.1

These questions and answers clarify the functionality of kanban with manufacturing work orders and purchase orders, and explain how kanban data can be changed.  Specific scenarios are discussed regarding Super Backflush, purchasing costs, and partial completions.

Also refer to:
How to Set Up a Kanban Master in 8.10 Onward Document 1111543.1
Multi-Tier Kanban (P3016/P3157/P46012)  Document 639564.1

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1:  Where is the Replenishment Lead Time field on the Kanban Master (P3016)?
 Question 2:  Why is the Lot/Serial number field is disabled when attempting to perform a check-in for a source type 2 (inventory) Kanban?
 Question 3:  A source type 3 kanban (supplier) with multiple cards under one kanban ID exists.  How can purchase order receipts for each card be performed when a check-in is done?
 Question 4:  Can the status of a kanban card be reversed?
 Question 5:  Can a purchase order created in error be deleted or reversed after an accidental Kanban check-out?
 Question 6:  Why does the purchase order display the purchasing cost from the Item Cost Table (F4105), and not the cost specified in the blanket order?
 Question 7:  Can purchase orders for the same vendor be consolidated onto one order?
 Question 8:  Why is no blanket purchase order found, and a new purchase order is generated? 
 Question 9:  How is the KBIT check box in the Item Branch Table F4102 used with MRP?
 Question 10:  How can the Kanban Phase value be revised when entering multiple Kanban IDs in Kanban Master (P3016)? 
 Question 11:  Can Super Backflush be called independently for a Kanban work order?
 Question 12:  How to Cancel Kanban Checkout when the related purchase order has been closed?
 Question 13:  Is there a way to mass upload Kanban cards into P3016?
 Question 14:  How is the requested date calculated for kanban work orders?
 Question 15:  What causes error ID 1243, Invalid Version, and error ID 3017, Invalid Calculation Method?
 Question 16:  What causes a "Value Exceeds Tolerance" message when performing a check out for a source type 3 kanban ?
 Question 17:  Can work orders and purchase orders be tracked by Kanban ID?
 Question 18:  Is it possible to perform mass check in for Kanban ID's?
 Question 19:  Is Kanban functionality supported for configured items?
 Question 20:  Why does the automatic check out not occur for secondary Kanban of source type '3' when the Kanban item's quantity goes below replenishment point?
 Question 21: Can multiple kanban items be setup on a single blanket order?
 Question 22: When performing a Kanban Check In/Complete, can the auto-receipt follow the Receipt Routing’s next step?
 Question 23: How is requested date calculated for Purchase Orders that have blankets using Kanban?
 Question 24: When using kanban source type 1, is it possible to not capture the time (neither interactive, nor blind mode)? Is there any chance of not calling the time entry screen during Kanban WO Checkin?
 Question 25: Is it possible to track all the Check-In/Check-Out Transactions associated with an Item and how many times the system has finished the replenishments every month in the Check-In/Check-Out Process?
References

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