E1: 42: SELL BY DATE ON LOTS IS NOT CONSIDERED WHEN RUNNING R42520
Last updated on AUGUST 03, 2016
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Processing - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 9.1 version, Sales - Distribution
DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM
When R42520 is run to hard commit inventory, the ube does not take into
account the Sell By Date on lots. The UBE will hard commit inventory to lots
that have expired Sell By Dates.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE
1. Enter new item and item branch. Be sure Commitment Date Method is set to
2 (Sell By Date). Use a blank primary location
2. Add a blank secondary location with a lot
3. In the Lot Master, make the Sell by Date expired (in the past)
4. Adjust quantity into the secondary location with the lot
5. Set P4210 processing option to bypass commitments
6. Enter a one line sales order to the Primary location. NOTE: If we had
tried to enter an item against the lot, error E42B5 (Delivery Date Is Greater
Than Lot Sell By Date) is issued.
7. Verify the quantity is soft committed against the Primary location
8. Set R42520 processing option to hard commit
9. Run R42520 over the order. R42520 hard committed the inventory against
the lot that has the expired Sell By Date. The system should not be hard
committing inventory to the lot with the expired sell by date.
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