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E1: 32: Zero Price Mandatory Adjustment Error for Configured Item Occurs Only When the Kit/Configurator Method is Defined as '2' (Doc ID 1672380.1)

Last updated on JULY 19, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Configurator - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9.1]
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 With an advanced pricing mandatory adjustment defined (via P4071) for a configured item and the price is ‘0,’ the system only returns a “No Price Found for Mandatory Adjustment” error in Sales Order Entry (P4210) when the Kit/Configurator Pricing Method (PMTH) in the Item Master (P4101) is defined as a ‘2’ (to price by the parent configured item). Additionally, the following is returned in P4210 - error "DetermineSOMBFPricing process failed" and warning "No Base Price in Effect."
When any other Kit/Configurator Pricing Method is used, the system does not return the “No Price Found for Mandatory Adjustment” error (and the other error and warning) even if the calculated price is returned as ‘0.’

The request is to have the system return the “No Price Found for Mandatory Adjustment” error, and the other error and warning if the calculated price is ‘0’ regardless of how the PMTH is defined. The desire is to have the errors and warnings to occur in the Configured Item Revisions (P3210) as opposed to Sales Order Entry as the price of the configured item is calculated at the time the item is configured in P3210.




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