E1: 40G: Cancel Partial Receipt WT Does Not Update PO Receivable File -Potential To Overpay Grower

(Doc ID 2107718.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 18, 2016

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Grower Pricing and Payments - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


CREATE A Hard Error to be Generated if a Partial Wt. Receipt Operation is
Cancelled.

Bug 22647636 - Cancel Partial Receipt WT Does NOT Update PO Receivable File
has been determined by development as Functioning As Designed (FAD). The
correct Process would be to for the Partial Weigh Tag Operation to be Closed,
Reversed and then CANCELLED.

Never the less, if a Partial WT Operation is indeed Cancelled first, this can
cause a data problem with the PO. Therefore, development has requested for
a Hard Error to be generated if a Partial Wt. Operation is Cancelled before
being Closed and Reversed.


STEPS
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1. P40G02: Create a new Block.
  Attach a current Harvest. (Be sure that the block/harvest item has an F4105 standard cost).

2. P43C00: Create a new Contract.
   Attach the Block/Harvest from step #1.
Enter a Pricing Adjustment Schedule and Payment Terms.
  In the Price Information sub-form, check the Price Approved check box.

3. Ensure that the called version of P4312 (from P40G0700 from P40G30) is set to ‘Price at Receipt’ and ‘Activate WIM’.
  (Process tab option #17 and WIM tab option #1).

4. P31B94>P40G30: Create 2 Partial Receipt type weigh tag operations for the block/harvest in step #1.
  Verify that the purchase order and receipts were processed correctly (PO should appear in View Receipts).

5. P31B94>P40G30: Cancel the 2nd weigh tag operation (status = CLOSED).
    The system current does NOT generate any Error to Stop this Process.

Because NO Error Generated....
P4111: Review the block/harvest item number Cardex records.
Notice that the OV and ID records for the canceled operation did NOT get
reversed.





Cause

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