E1: 31A: F3102 Actual Units/Amounts Double Using Lot Controlled Configured SO with Transaction Type 4 Component
(Doc ID 2255046.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 03, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Manufacturing Accounting report R31802A calculating incorrect Actuals after reversing lot processed purchased item and re-receiving it into another lot. The system should not double the actual amount when running R31802A for another lot number
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
- Create a configured parent item stocking type C. Lot process type 3
- Create a purchased component item stocking type p. Lot process type 3
- Simulate and freeze standard cost for the component
- Add a simple required configured item segment
- Add a unconditional P assembly inclusion rule set for transaction type 4 to create a purchase oreder
- Called version of the P3210 ZJDE0001 set with the version for purchase order creation
- Enter a configured sales order for the parent item from step #1.
- Note the Related Work Order and Purchase Order
- Run R31410 Order Processing to attach parts list
- P31022 shows standard units and amounts correctly
- Set the processing option for configurator behind P4312 (Receipt by PO) to update related orders and Process Work Order Inventory Issue in blind mode
- Receive purchase order assigning a lot number
- Inquire on the parts list for the issue quantity completed and the lot number updated
- Run R31802A manufacturing accounting over the work order number
- P31022 shows the standard and actual A1 cost correctly
- Reverse the issue
- Remove the lot from the parts list
- Reverse the receipt using P43214
- Confirm reversal
- Receive purchase order again assigning a different lot number.
- Issue as been done and the new lot is assigned to the parts list
- Run R31802A over the Work Order
- P31022 now shows the A1 actual amounts and units doubled incorrectly
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