E1: 42: Enhancement Request to Grade Preferences Not Be Ignored When Select Multiple Locations (P42053) on Ship Confirm (P4205)

(Doc ID 2182648.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 14, 2016

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Grade preference is showing correctly when it enters a sales order but when it performs the Ship Confirm (P4205), it is allowed to change the location which is outside of the preference. Grade ranges established through a grade preference, are ignored on Select Multiple Locations (P42053). Instead the item master grade range is used.

Steps to replicate:
-Set up a lot controlled and grade controlled item. On the item master specify a grade range A0-A5. On the item branch specify range A0-A4.
-Adjust in 5 EA for this item with grades A0, A2, A4, A5, B3.
-Check lot availability in the branch. Of the 5 lots, only those at grade A0, A2, A4 are shown as available, this is correct as per the item branch setup.
-Set up a grade preference by item number/customer number with a range of A0-A2.
-Enter a sales order for the item/customer combination in this branch with preference processing switched on.
-Check F4211 (Sales Order Detail File). SDFRGD and SDTHGD (From Grade and Thru Grade) show as A0 and A2 which is correct as per the preference setting.
-Open Ship Confirm P4205 for the sales order and acces Row exit to Select Locations (P42053).

Note: The fields FRGD and THGD on the P42053 are shown as A0 and A5. These are the item master values. Of the 5 available lots, the 4 within the item master range are displayed as available for shipping (A0, A2, A4, A5). This is wrong. Only the 2 lots at grade A0 and A2 should be available for shipping.

It is desired that the system to populate the fields FRGD and THGD on P42053 from the F4211 (Sales Order Detail File ) and not from the F4101 (Item Master).


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