E1: 34: PPDJ and PDDJ Dates on the Sales Transfer Order Created from MRP Detail Message Review - P3411 are not Taking into Account Transfer Leadtime
(Doc ID 2001409.1)
Last updated on JUNE 02, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9.1]
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When an MRP transfer order (OT) message is processed, the Promised Ship Date (PPDJ) and Scheduled Pick Date (PDDJ) of the resulting sales transfer order (ST) in the supply branch is not backscheduled per the Start Date of the MRP message processed (per the Transfer Leadtime defined in the B/P Relationships - P3403T).
Note - The same issue exists for Defer and Expedite messages. In these examples, the Promised Ship Date (PPDJ) and Scheduled Pick Date (PDDJ) should be updated to the Recommended Start Date of the Defer/Expedite message, but the system is instead updated to the Recommended Complete Date. The system is again not accounting for the necessary transit time between branches.
Steps to duplicate:
- Create an item in the Item Master and in two branches (supply and demand
- In the B/P Additional System Information (P41026), define a Leadtime Level of greater than 1 day
- In the Branch Relationship Revisions (P3403T), create a B/P relationship that defines the relationship for the item between the supply and demand branches. Specify a Transfer Leadtime (in this example - 3 days)
- Create sales order demand for the item in the demand branch (making sure the demand corresponds to the planning fence rule and days defined in the demand branch)
- Run Multi-Facility MRP Generation (R3483) against the item
- In the Detail Message Review (P3411), process an Order (message type O) message for the item. Note that the start date of the MRP message has been correctly backscheduled from the requested date based on the 3 day transit leadtime
- Review the detail line for the related ST created in the supply branch. The Request Date (DRQJ), Promised Ship Date (PPDJ), and Scheduled Pick Date (PDDJ) will all be equal to the requested date of the MRP message processed in Step #6. This is incorrect. The Promised Ship Date (PPDJ) and Scheduled Pick Date (PDDJ) should be backscheduled to the start date of the MRP message (determined by the Transfer Leadtime defined in the B/P Relationship).
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