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