E1: 41: Inventory Transfer Fails To Insert To Location Production Number In Item Location Tag File
Last updated on NOVEMBER 02, 2015
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Management - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 9.1 version, Inventory
Inventory Transfers (P4113)
Tools Release 9.1
When processing an Inventory Transfer with Production Numbers, the system removes the correct quantities from the FROM location in the Item Location Tag File (F41021T). However, it does not create new records for the TO location in the F41021T file.
Inventory Transfer (P4113) should create the production number record in the to location of the transfer in the Item Location Tag File (F41021T)
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Item Availability Inquiry (P41202) Item 100.12 in Branch M30 contains a quantity on hand of 10 for Location ABC, Lot Serial Number 460859.
2. Access the Item Location Tag File (F41021T) using databrowser and verify all 10 items in Lot Serial Number 460859 are assigned to Production Number 12/100.12/ / /41.
3. Perform an inventory transfer of 2 of the items from Location ABC to Location 1. The From Production Number and To Production Number are not automatically populated from the Item Location Tag File (F41021T). Complete the transfer.Lot Serial Number 460859 and 2 for Location 1 Lot Serial Number 460859.
4. Access the Item Location Tag File (F41021T) using databrowser and verify there are now 8 units in location ABC for Lot Serial Number 460859 Production Number 12/100.12/ / /41 but no record was created for Production Number 12/100.12/ / /41 for Location 1 Lot Serial Number 460859 .
The issue has the following business impact:
If the client transfers an item with a Production Number and no new record is created in F41021T, they start receiving MRP messages for that Production Number to buy/make. This can cause the client to waste time and money supplying inventory that is already available.
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