Last updated on JUNE 16, 2016
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Configurator - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Document 819368.1, when a configured item is set with a line type such that it does not create a work order, the system treats this as a phantom item. There is a processing option in R31410 (tab 4, option 7) that controls whether to use the parent or component operation sequence number when writing components of phantom items to the work order parts list.
Currently this is a limitation for configured phantom items using C stocking types. Only 0 stocking types work with this processing option
To have the system use the operation sequence that is indicated from the processing option of the R31410 #7 under the Parts List tab for configurator
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1.Create a parent configured item. Stock type C and Line Type W
2.Create a phantom configured component. Stock type C and Line Type S
3.Create a purchased item
4.Add a simple configured item segment
5.Add a Q assembly inclusion rule for the phantom configured item for the purchased item with a operation sequence
6.Add a P assembly inclusion rule for parent calling the phantom configured component with a different operation sequence
7.Enter a work order
8.F3215 is updated with the phantom item and its operation sequence
9.Run R31410 with processing option #7 under the parts list tab set to '1'
10.The parts list is updated with the operation sequence of the component and not the parent
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