E1: 47: EDI 860 PO Change Quantity Open and Promised Date Wrong (Doc ID 2022553.1)

Last updated on APRIL 11, 2017

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

EDI Purchase Order Change Extraction program (R47132)

After Changing the Scheduled Pick Date in the PO Header (F4301.PDDJ), the EDI Purchase Order Change Extraction program (R47132) is incorrectly updating the EDI tables as follows:
₋ The change to the Scheduled Pick Date from the order header (F4301.PDDJ) was not passed in to the EDI Purchase Order Change Header Outbound (F47136.PDDJ). Instead it was passed in to the Promised Ship (F47136.PPDJ)
₋ The Quantity Open and Amount Open in the EDI Purchase Order Change Detail Outbound (F47137.UOPN and F47137.AOPN) is set to 0.

F4301.PDDJ should be copied to F47136.PDDJ and not F47136.PPDJ. F4311.UOPN and AOPN should be copied into F47137.UOPN and AOPN.

The issue can be duplicated with the following steps:

  1. Create a version of PO Entry (P4310) where order revisions processing option# 1 (Revision Tracking) to 2 (Existing orders and addition of new lines) in a version of PO Entry (P4310). On option #2, Next status is set to 230.
  2. Using this version create a Purchase Order. In the header, today’s date will default in as Order Date, Scheduled Pick (PDDJ) is blank. Click OK to proceed to the detail.
  3. On the detail enter two inventory (S-line type) lines. During initial order entry, Order Revision defaults as blank and both order lines are created at Next Status 230 with Promised Delivery Date (PDDJ) set to today’s date.
  4. Reinquire and check the PO Header. Scheduled Pick (PDDJ) is populated with today’s date.
  5. Run PO Print (R43500) with processing option to advance status set. Order Next Status is advanced to 280 on both order lines. Order Revision is still 0, Promised Delivery (PDDJ) is still today’s date.
  6. PO Entry (P4310) change tracking version is used to change the scheduled pick date on the order header to 7/15/2015.
  7. Check the order detail after making the change and verify the Order Revision was updated to 1.
  8. Run EDI Purchase Order Change Extraction program (R47132) with data selection on the order number.
  9. Check EDI Purchase Order Change Header – Outbound (F47136) table. The change to the Scheduled Pick Date from the order header (F4301.PDDJ) was not passed in to the EDI Purchase Order Change Header – Outbound (F47136.PDDJ). Instead it was passed in to the Promised Ship (F47136.PPDJ).
  10. Verify Quantity Open in the EDI Purchase Order Change Detail - Outbound (F47137.UOPN) is set to 0 which was created by EDI Purchase Order Change Extraction program (R47132). Scheduled Pick Date (PDDJ) was passed correctly from Order Detail (F4311.PDDJ) to EDI Detail (F47137.PDDJ).

Cause

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