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E1: 46: Unexpected Dimensions Calculated (Doc ID 1567081.1) (Doc ID 1567081.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 02, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Warehouse Management - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When the U/M Usage on the U/M Definition is set to '1' to indicate that the storage container is to be used as a pallet, the volume is calculated for a partial pallet by adding the total volume of the number of second level containers to the volume of the first level storage container.

When R46171 runs it creates a putaway suggestion of 4 CA with a total volume of 192000 CI.  This suggestion is then confirmed placing 4 CA (total volume 192000 CI) into the putaway location.

When R46820 is run over the putaway location and set to use the default structure, the existing F4602 for 4 CA is deleted and replaced with a new F4602 for 1 PL. Since this is a partial pallet, the volume is calculated as the volume of the 4 CA on the pallet (total item volume = 192000 CI) plus the volume of the container (144000 CI) for a total volume of 336000 CI.

Based that logic on the following example the calculation should be:

332 (qty in EA) * 898.46 (volume EA) + 960000 (container volume) = 298288.72 +960000 = 1258288.72 CI.

Instead it is 1858904.72 CI


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