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VCP: JDE: Global Order Promising – Use Of Promised Delivery Date (RSDJ) (Doc ID 2198525.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

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


E1 - 9.1

P4210GOP - Global Order Promising Results


GOP provides a date when the goods are available this data comes to E1 as either the Promised Ship Date or the Promised Delivery Date.
In E1 we have one more date which is the Promised Pick Date (RSDJ). With Transportation Management (TMS) module we can calculate the dates using Lead Days and Transit days, if the Promised Ship date is manually entered (or sent by GOP) we will add the transit days to calculate the promised delivery date and subtract the lead days to calculate the promised pick date (very high-level explanation)

Here is the client’s scenario:
GOP makes the goods available 10/04 (goods will not be ready before that). This date is sent to the E1 as the promised ship date (10/04). In E1 we add the transit days (let’s say 3) and calculate the Promised Delivery Date 10/07) and we subtract the lead days (let’s say 2) to come up with a Promised Pick Date of 10/02. Well, the goods will not be ready on 10/02



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