E1: 32: User Added Component UOM Conversion on Configured SO

(Doc ID 2325033.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 05, 2017

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Alternate Units of Measure Not Calculated Properly in Configurator.

When adding a component to the Edit Item/Price/Cost form in P3210 if the UOM is different it isn't being carried through to the Sales Order and on to the Work Order causing extremely exaggerated costs

Expecting to see the correct unit of measure when adding an item to Edit Item/Price/Cost

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create a configured parent item
2. Create a purchased item with the same unit of measure of SH with the
exception of the secondary being SF. This is not a dual unit of measure item
3. Create a conversion from SH to SF as shown in the screen prints
4. Simulate and Freeze the 07 cost of the purchased item
5. Add a Dynamic simple required configured item segment using a UDC table
55/CO without a default.
6. No P rules exist and all components are added in configurator revisions
P3210 Edit Item/Price/Cost
7. Create a sales order for the configured parent
8. In the P3210 select action drop down for Edit Item/Price/Cost to add a the
purchased component
9. Add the purchased item for the secondary unit of measure of SF and
quantity of 16 which is .5 of the unit of measure of SH
10.Click Add Item
11.After adding the item it is added to tree structure on the left of the
screen
12.Select the component on the left side of screen
13.The cost is correct for the quantity and secondary unit of measure used
when adding the item however, the unit of measure is showing SH which is
primary and not SF which is the unit of measure entered
14.Close the Edit Item/Price/Cost screen
15.The cost is displayed correctly in the message center
16.Click Add to Order
17.OK the order
18.Inquire on the new sales order
19.The component line is showing the cost per sheet based on the primary unit
of measure
20.Check the related configured order for the work order
21.Run R31410 to attach the parts list
22.Check the work order for the parts list and notice the quantity is correct
for the component but the unit of measure is incorrect as SH which leads to
large variances when the work is backflushed due to incorrect costs
23.The production cost inquiry is incorrect
24.And when the materials are issued the unaccounted amounts are incorrect


BUSINESS IMPACT
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The issue has the following business impact:
The cost impact is large variances

Cause

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