E1: 43: Open Quantity Not Reduced By Partial Receipt in Different UOM
(Doc ID 2139054.1)
Last updated on JULY 31, 2018
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 9.2 version, Procurement
PO Receipts (P4312)
After upgrading from 9.0 to 9.2, when performing a partial PO Receipt (P4312) in LB for a PO line entered in TM, with Warehousing Tab Option #1 (Putaway Mode) is set to 1 or 2, the PO line is split, but the original line quantity open was not adjusted to reflect a smaller quantity open based on the partial receipt. This is affecting transactions in the production (live) environment.
The original line quantity open should be adjusted to reflect a smaller quantity open based on the partial receipt.
The issue was reproduced with the following example:
- In Standard UOM Conversions (P41003) confirm there is a conversion setup between Metric Tons (TM) and US Pounds (LB).
- PO Entry (P4310) Defaults Tab Option #8 (Transaction Unit of Measure) is set to Blank (Purchasing Unit of Measure).
- Create an Item Purchase Price Level 2 with Primary and Secondary UOM in LB and Purchasing and Pricing UOM in TM.
- Create an Item Catalog (P41061) Price of 550.00 per TM for the Item and Supplier.
- Create a PO (P4310) for 90 TM and Secondary Quantity is converted to 198414 LB.
- Databrowser shows Quantity Open (F4311.UOPN) is 90 TM.
- Create a Version of PO Receipts (P4312) with Warehousing Tab Option #1 (Putaway Mode) is set to 2 (Create request and process the request).
- Perform a Partial PO Receipt (P4312) changing the quantity received from 90 TM to 2,000 LB. Blank out secondary fields. Click OK to receive.
- System Event Still in Process Warning appears. Click OK again.
- Work with PO Receipts (P4312) shows PO Line is split. Line 1.000 remains 90 TM Quantity Open. It was not reduced.
- Check PO Detail in Databrowser. Quantity Open was not reduced.
- Perform the same test in 9.0. Line 1.000 was reduced to 89
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