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E1: 45: Advanced Pricing UOM Sequencing in Sales (P4071 / P4072 / P41001) (Doc ID 1339749.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced Pricing - Sales - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



This document aims to provide the reader with an understanding of the Advance pricing UOM Sequencing functionality and how the pricing engine can allow a flexible search on UOM's (units of measure).
The user now has the ability to define the search units of measure in a price UOM sequence at the item level and the pricing engine will then search those units of measure for applicable bases price and adjustment(s). There are three new values added to the Sales Retrieval Unit of Measure system constants to support this functionality. The user still has the option to search only by primary, pricing or transaction unit of measure, but can now additionally search over all units of measure defined in a search sequence. This does not change how adjustments are applied, only how they are located. The pricing engine will still search for adjustments the same way -this enhancement allows units of measure to be included when searching for a base price and adjustment(s). Currently in EnterpriseOne, when a base price or adjustment is found, no other units of measures are searched - this functionality has not been changed.




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In this Document
 Setup Requirements
 Sales Retrieval Unit of Measure UDC (40/SU)
 System Constants (P41001) (W41001F)
 Work with Item Unit of Measure Conversion
 Price & Adjustment Detail Revisions (P4072)
 Item Master - Weights and Measures
 Example 1 - Sequence Not Activated
 Example 2 - UOM Sequencing Activated
 Example 3 - Item With a Basket Adjustment
 Example 5 - Item with an Enhanced Basket Adjustment
 Frequently Asked Questions

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