E1: 42: 49: R49700 NONSTOCK LINES NOT SHIP CONFIRMED DO NOT ALLOW UPDATE OF ALL SALES DETAIL LINES
(Doc ID 2321266.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
For release 9.0, when you run cycle billing with an S line type and W1 line type (nonstock item) and also have any nonstock line added whether it is manual (text line, freight line, etc.) or via programs like the R42750 Reprice Order and Basket Level Pricing, the existing lines on the SO do not update in Cycle Billing. All lines regardless of line types and their inventory interface do not update as expected with new statuses and date fields in the F4211 SO detail and F49211 when Cycle Billing R49700 is executed after the sales order has been ship confirmed P4205. The job shows as DONE "D" in the job queue, with no errors in the Work Center.
All lines regardless of line types and their inventory interface are expected to update with new statuses based on Order Activity Rules and date fields in the F4211 SO detail (SDSO12 = 1) and F49211 (Scheduled Inv Date SDIT & Inv Cycle INCY) when Cycle Billing R49700 is executed after the sales order has been ship confirmed P4205. Currently, The job shows as DONE "D" in the job queue, with no errors in the Work Center.
There should be an error in the report and Work Center or the order should process as the set up is allowed for Based On Date = 6 (Ship Date) and there are no other allowed set ups both stock and nonstock lines.
This affects all nonstock lines and their functionality with R49700 which would not necessarily be ship confirmed as part of a business process. There are many types of nonstock lines, Freight, Text, Order Reprice Lines, Nonstock lines of true nonstock product. They are not usually ship confirmed, only invoiced and processed further based on order activity rules set up.
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