E1: 45: Incorrect F4074 BSDVAL And ADJCAL Values When SO Lines Are Split In P4205 (Doc ID 2069448.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 23, 2015

Applies to:

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

Symptoms


Incorrect F4074 BSDVAL and ADJCAL values when SO lines are split in P4205.

When the quantity on a sales order line having an adv pricing adjustment applied is split in Shipment Confirmation, the new split lines added to the sales order have the Pricing History records created with incorrect values in the Based on Value (BSDVAL) and Adjustment Calculation (ADJCAL) fields.

Steps:

  1. Enter a Sales order for item and quantity 100 EA. The price adjustment is applied on the order line. The Pricing History records show that the Based on Value and Adjustment Calculation fields are based on the quantity on the sales order line.
  2. In Shipment confirmation, select row exit Select Location. Select different quantities to be shipped from different locations. Confirm the shipment.
  3. The sales order line has been split to show the multiple quantities shipped.
  4. The Pricing History records for the split lines were copied from the original line, but without updating the Based on value (BSDVAL) and Adjustment Calculation (ADJCAL) fields to reflect the actual quantity on the split line. These fields still refer to the initial quantity on the original line, which is incorrect. For example, for the line number 1.002 having the quantity on the line = 3 CS, the BSDVAL = 100.000 and ADJCAL = -2*(100.000) instead of being BSDVAL = 3.000 and ADJCAL = -2*(3.00).

Cause

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