E1: 46: GCUB And GWEI 2 Decimal Definition

(Doc ID 1982354.1)

Last updated on JULY 11, 2016

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Warehouse Management - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Due to GCUB and GWEI 2 decimal definition in data dictionary, capacity requirements for an item or item group can be defined in P46011 only with 2 decimals. This will lead to incorrect update to values with two decimals of weight and volume on sales order lines and shipment at the time of movement confirmation.

Example:
The program P4210 inserts the values in F4211.SDITWT (Unit Weight) and F4211.SDITVL (Unit Volume) with 4 decimals.
While the programs R4611Z1I and P4617 are ran, they override the fields F4211.SDITWT and F4211.SDITVL with decimals 3° and 4° equals to zero.
Since the fields F4611.R2WEIT and F4611.R2CUBE are set and managed with 2 decimals, when the values are updated into F4211.SDITWT and F4211.SDITVL, the last two decimals (3° and 4°) are lost.


Desired outcome:                                                         

Change data dictionary definition for GCUB and GWEI to at least 3 decimal values.

Cause

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