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E1: 31F: PCW50 'Close Line' Does Not Save The Close (Doc ID 2316681.1)

Last updated on JUNE 17, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Apparel Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


E1 9.2 / PCW50 Master Work Order Parts List for Style Items

From PCW49 Master Work Orders for Style Items, selecting a work order and clicking Row exit 'Inventory Issues' (PCW50) then selecting a component line and Row exit 'Close Line' and click OK, the transaction
appears to process successfully (Report R41F050 is executed without errors).
However, when reviewing the Master Work Order Parts List- the selected line (to be closed) is NOT ‘closed’ and inventory reservation(s) remain.

The Work Order Parts List line should be marked as "Closed Line" and all reservations are released for the component on this Master Work Order.

This is an issue if the data dictionary QNTYINV data class and QNTA data item Display Decimal is set to less than 4 decimals.

In the submitted job execution detail, the Report Interconnect parameter, the mnUnitsQuantityCloseLine is set to 99999999999.9999 with 4 decimals.
When working with 2 decimals the field QNTA in FCW67 (master work order part list) is temporarly set to 9999999999999.99. The issue may be due to a comparison between a value with 4 and 2 decimals.

Steps to Duplicate the issue:
1. PCW49 (Master Work Order Processing): Select a master work order.
2. Click Row exit 'Issue Inventory'' (PCW50).
3. PCW50: Select a component line.
Click row exit 'Close Line'. Click OK (check mark icon). UBE R41F050 is successfully executed (without error) .
5. Review the work order Parts List (PCW49 row exit 'Parts List'). The selected component line has NOT been closed.




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