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E1: 42: Bypass Line Leaves Direct Ship Kit Component on OD Purchase Order (Doc ID 2128873.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Processing - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Sales Order Entry (P4210)

The Bypass Line Row Exit removes all the sales order lines for a kit but leaves a direct ship component line on the related Direct Ship Purchase Order (OD) and does not cancel the line. As a result a purchase order may be issued that they do not want or need. This issue is occurring in the production environment.

The Direct Ship Purchase Order (OD) line either should not be created or should be created and canceled.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. Kit Bill of Material (P3002) contains one component with a D line type which is actually supplied by an outside vendor. The other two components are supplied from the client’s warehouse.
  2. Create a Sales Order. On the order detail line, enter the quantity and the item number of the kit parent item and edit the line.
  3. The Kit Selection Window displays the D line type and two S line type components from the kit BOM. Click the select button to accept all components.
  4. When the Sales order Detail Revisions screen returns, the user takes the Row Exit to Bypass New Line.
  5. The line is removed from the grid and Line Number is incremented to 2.000.
  6. Enter a new line number with an S line type that is not a kit and is not direct ship.
  7. Complete the sales order.
  8. Reinquire and take the Row Exit to Related PO.
  9. The Direct Ship Purchase Order (OD) created for the first component on the kit was not canceled and remains as a purchase order that they do not want

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