E1: 45: Repriced Free Good Lines Canceled and Written at New Quantity Due To Line Split Of Original Line but Not the Original Quantity
(Doc ID 2288765.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 08, 2019
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced Pricing - Sales - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
With Free Good lines associated to an item on the sales order that has been split due to committing to different lots (via Pick Slip Print - R42520), when running R42950 (Sales Order Batch Price/Cost Update) against the order, the system cancels the Free Good line, rewrites it, and revalues the Free Good line based on the new transaction/order quantity of the original line number instead of the original quantity. Subsequently, the Quantity Ordered of the Free Good line is less than the original quantity before R42950 if run.
The expectation is that the system should either:
1. Revalue the Free Good line based on the ORIGINAL Quantity Ordered.
2. Create multiple Free Good lines when the item/line number that initiates the Free Good item is split via R42520. The number of Free Good lines would depend on how may lines are generated when hard committing the inventory via R42520.
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