E1: 13: P13730 Equipment Purchase Order Ship To Address (Doc ID 1634496.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2016

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Capital Asset Management - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Equipment Parts List P17714 > P17730

When using the Create PO from parts list function in P13730 the wrong address book number is being passed into the purchase order header.

When a purchase order is created from a parts list the purchase order header ship to address should be from the branch plant on the parts list. Instead the customer number is being passed in. This is not correct.

As per document E1: 13: Equipment Work Orders - Parts List (P13714 / P13730 / P17714 / P17730 / R13415) (Doc ID 1434386.1), "Ship To" section, the purchase order header will pull the address based on the processing option of P4310 that is called. The Ship To on the purchase order header should never be the customer number from the work order.

"Ship To"
The "Ship To" field in the generated purchase order header is controlled by the first processing option under "Interface" tab setting in the P4310 version called by P13730 or P17730. That setting will direct the default to come from either the More Detail tab of the Business Unit Master Table (F0006) or the address number in the Inventory Constants Table (F41001). Normally, for stock item purchasing, the 41001 setting is selected. The "Ship To" field (SHAN) default for individual lines the grid of the purchase order will derive from the Customer Number in the work order header.


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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The Ship To on the purchase order header should never be the customer number from the work order.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
Create named version of P4310, P17730, P17714 and P48201.
Add purchase component to equipment work order using P17730.
Select the item and row exit > Create OP.
Then Row exit to order inquiry and note ship to number. The number is the customer number. This is incorrect.

Cause

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