E1: 31: Co/By-Product Effective Date F3111.DLEJ Not In Line With F4801.DPL WO Effective

(Doc ID 1997007.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 02, 2016

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 9.1 version, Process Manufacturing
P48013 WO Header

Process Manufacturing : Planned Effective Date Logic is different for Work Order and co/by-products  

In Process manufacturing, both Work Order and co/by-products have an effective date (F4801.DPL and F3111.DLEJ).
Effective Date comes from item/branch "Manufacturing Effective Days" (F4102.LEDD) :

Work Order effective date (F4801.DPL) = Work Order Requested Date (F4801.DRQJ) + branch Process item effective days (F4102.LEDD)
Co/By-product effective date (F3111.DLEJ) = Work Order Requested Date (F4801.DRQJ) + branch Co/By Product effective days (F4102.LEDD)

Both are considered shop floor calendar days, but for Work Order date (F4801.DPL), system goes to the next working day (from branch/plant calendar
in F0007), whereas for co/by-products (F3111.DLEJ), system puts calculated date even if it is a non-working day.

So, even if effective days from item/branch (F4102.LEDD) are the same for Process and co/by-products, effective dates on work order and its coby-products are not the same if calculated date is a non-working day.


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