E1: 32: Configured Component Work Order Numbers Generated in Wrong Order with Transfer Order (Transaction Type 2) Child
(Doc ID 2060248.1)
Last updated on MARCH 25, 2019
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Configurator - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
With a configured setup in which a configured transfer component item (Transaction Type 2) is called via P Assembly Inclusion Rules (P3293) from another Branch/Plant and calls another configured component, when processing the work orders for all three configured items, the system transposes the work order numbers of the two components. This causes processing issues during the work order processing process including costs ultimately do not roll up to the configured work order parent correctly. Ultimately, this affects inventory and sales order costs.
Steps to Duplicate:
1. Create a configured parent Item (Item A) in two Branch/Plants (B/P) – M30 and 30.
2. Create a configured component item (Item B) defined in two Branch/Plants – M30 and 30.
3. Create a configured component item (Item C) in B/P 30.
4. Create a purchased item (Item D) in B/P 30.
5. In the P Assembly Inclusion Rules (P3293), for configured parent item A in B/P M30, configured component item B is called unconditionally and is defined as a Transaction Type 2 (Transfer) Component from B/P 30.
6. Configured component item B in B/P 30 calls configured item item C in B/P 30.
7. Configured component item C calls purchased component PM2 in B/P 30.
8. Create a sales order for item A in B/P M30.
9. Configure the item in the Configured Item Revisions (P3210).
10. Accept the order and reinquire on it. From the sales order detail, take the Related Configured Orders Row exit. Click the Show Details box and note the related work orders for component items B and C are written in the wrong order. The Work Order number for item A is 1, and the order number for component item B is 3, and the work order number for component item C is 2. The work orders for item B and item C are incorrect and transposed. This causes work order processing issues including costing is not rolled up properly to the parent configured item.
11. Work Order Entry (P48013) reveals the same issue as the component orders are transposed.
12. Run Work Order Processing (R31410). Note that the Data Sequencing is defined with the Order Number defined in Descending Order.
13. The Production Cost Inquiry (P31022) reveals that Work Order 553250 for item B has no cost associated to it. This cost from the work order for item C should be rolled up to item B which then should roll up to the work order for item A.
14. The Production Cost Inquiry (P31022) reveals that Work Order 553249 for item C has a cost associated to it. This cost should be rolled up to the work order for item B which should then roll up to the work order for parent item A.
15. The Production Cost Inquiry (P31022) reveals that Work Order 553248 for item A has no cost associated to it. This cost should be rolled up from the work order of item B.
16. If you run the same test but take the transfer component piece out of it in that all items are processing in the same B/P (30), note that all the work orders are processed in the correct order.
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