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E1: 42: Backorder Release P42117 Displays Order Lines For Items With Zero Or Negative Available Quantity (Doc ID 2343706.1)

Last updated on APRIL 15, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Processing - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 When inquiry in P42117 with Branch Plant and Order number filtering applied , the application returns backorder lines that do not meet the search criteria, based on the Processing option, for the items that have negative or zero available quantity.


1.Set the P4210 Sales Order processing options , tab 5-Commitment , 1- Activate Availability Checking = 1 Activate, notify, but do not backorder or cancel.
2.Enter a sales order P4210 for an item with negative available quantity (P41202). The order's line is backorder (Last Status = 900 and Next Status = 540).
3.Set the P42117 Backorder Release processing option as follow :
-Tab Default , 1. Next Status for Release Orders = 540
-Tab Display , 1. Total Fill Only = 1 Display only detail lines that can be completely filed, 4.Next Status to Select = 540
-Tab Process , 1. Backorder Quantity as Available Quantity = 1 Include Backorder as Available Quantity
4.Open P42117 and inquiry only by Branch Plant field. P42117 does not display the sales order entered above . This is correct.
5.Inquiry again in P42117 only by Branch Plant and Item number fields .
P42117 shows that the Qty available is negative for this item and does not display the sales order. This is correct .
6.Inquiry again in P42117 only by Branch Plant and order number fields .
P42117 display the sales order entered above .
The line of this order should not be displayed because the item has negative available quantity .




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