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E1: 31: P48013 How to Close, Delete or Cancel Work Orders and Accounting Implications (Doc ID 1596989.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 28, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Many situations call for the cancelling, deleting or closing short of open work orders in a production environment.  This process will provide JDE recommendations supporting a variety of situations and the proper process to close, delete or cancel an open work order.


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In this Document
 Recommended Processes
 Deleting a Work Order
 Deleting a Work Order where issues are done (but reversed) and has zero WIP
 Closing a Work Order Short
 Cancelling a work order
 Sales Order Cancellation / Related SO Line Number (LNID/WALNID)
 Frequently Asked Questions
 Question 1.  When using R4102P to delete Locations with zero quantity, why does it not work if the orders were cancelled?
 Question 2.  Is there a way (possibly a batch program) to delete the parts list for work orders that have been cancelled without any parts being issued to the work order?
 Question 3.  Is there a way in P4310 or P4312 processing options to override any status code in the work order, so it can be received? 

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