Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.0 to 9.1 [Release 9.0 to 9.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 9.0 version, Sales
The customer has a business situation whereby their customers submit multiple direct ship orders on a daily basis for the same items. For example one customer may submit several direct ship orders for small quantities of the same item each day. In order to get better Transportation costs a process was developed to consolidate the direct ship purchase orders into one larger order. To do this the P43060 Requisition Release is used to consolidate multiple direct ship POs into a single PO. When the Ship To address is overridden in P4210 direct ship version it carries over to the PO side. However when this PO is released via P43060 to another PO the address override does not carry over. This occurs even with a single PO. When a standard S line type Req with an address override is released via P43060 the address override is carried over to the PO either for consolidation of multiple orders or a single order.
The address override from a D line type req should carry over to the PO.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1) P40204. Set up order activity rules with a D line type for a requisition.
2) P4210/P4310. Create versions for direct ship orders for SD/OR with D line type.
3) P4210. Enter a Direct Ship order and override the Ship To address.
4) P4310. Review the PO header and note the Ship To address override was written correctly.
5) IV. Create a version of P43060 that calls P4310 ZJDE0019 Direct Ship version.
6) P43060. Release the OR/D PO to SD/D PO.
7) P4310. Review the PO header and note the Ship To address override was not written correctly. It reverted to the original address.
8) P4310. Enter a standard OR/S Req and override the Ship To address.
9) P43060. Release the req to a PO.
10) P4310. Review the PO header and note the Ship To address override was written correctly.
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