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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:

  1. In Standard UOM Conversions (P41003) confirm there is a conversion setup between Metric Tons (TM) and US Pounds (LB).
  2. PO Entry (P4310) Defaults Tab Option #8 (Transaction Unit of Measure) is set to Blank (Purchasing Unit of Measure).
  3. Create an Item Purchase Price Level 2 with Primary and Secondary UOM in LB and Purchasing and Pricing UOM in TM.
  4. Create an Item Catalog (P41061) Price of 550.00 per TM for the Item and Supplier.
  5. Create a PO (P4310) for 90 TM and Secondary Quantity is converted to 198414 LB.
  6. Databrowser shows Quantity Open (F4311.UOPN) is 90 TM.
  7. Create a Version of PO Receipts (P4312) with Warehousing Tab Option #1 (Putaway Mode) is set to 2 (Create request and process the request).
  8. 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.
  9. System Event Still in Process Warning appears. Click OK again.
  10. Work with PO Receipts (P4312) shows PO Line is split. Line 1.000 remains 90 TM Quantity Open. It was not reduced.
  11. Check PO Detail in Databrowser. Quantity Open was not reduced.
  12. Perform the same test in 9.0. Line 1.000 was reduced to 89


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