E1: 13: R13415 Hard Commits Non-Printed Component Lines
Last updated on JULY 15, 2016
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Capital Asset Management - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 9.0 version, Equipment and Plant Maintenance R13415
R13415 generates commitments contrary to Processing Options set up.
The Processing Option set up in R13415 ensures that the Pick List should be printed only for items with Material Status 03 and that a status will be advanced to 04.
In P3009 the Commitments are set up for Soft/Hard when printing. However, the Pick List creates commitments, even against the items which material status is less than 03. It does not print them, though. The R31415 processing options to limit the equipment parts list component that is processed and printed, based on material status, controls what items are printed but does not restrict commitment processing. This means that items that are not printed will be committed per the manufacturing commitment processing setup, but will not be printed.
Client expects that only those specific components that are selected to be printed will be hard committed, given the setup for soft commit, hard at print.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
Setup Equipment Inventory Item BOM in a branch Plant with manufacturing Constants set to soft commit until print.
Enter an Equipment Work Order, enter a start date, and attach the routing.
Either attach the BOM or manually attached Parts List components.
Advance the material status values of inventory items to be included in the R13415 material status range.
At the same time have inventory items in the parts list that have material status values that are NOT included in the R13415 material status range.
Run R13415 using a material status range that includes some of the parts list items, but not all of the parts list components.
Review the R13415 PDF report to verify that the only component items that are printed are those that were within the material status range. OK so far.
Review the F3111 (V3111A) and note the commit flag for all components has been to set to hard Commit, as if all components were printed. This is incorrect.
The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, users cannot prevent component hard commit until print.
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