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E1: 43: Inbound Purchase order Interoperabiltiy Does Not Respect Classification Codes When Running the R4311Z1I (Doc ID 2352199.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When using Inbound Purchase Order Interoperability, and when the F4301Z1 table is populated with a value in the Classification Code 05 field, it is not translated over to the Purchase Order (after running the R4311Z1I). The user would expect to see the Classification Code 01-05 to show on the Purchase Order Header (F4301). This is a field in the F4301Z1 table so one would expect the functionality for this to be there.


Classification codes are setup in the Address Book (P01012) of the supplier and default into the order header when a purchase order is created. If we setup a classification code in the P01012 for the supplier and create a purchase order using the R4311Z1I this value will populate in F4301.

There are not ways to enter these values in the P4311Z1 program to manually enter and hence we normally don't support the values being passed into the order header through a run of R4311Z1I.This being the case, it is recommend the solution through populating classification codes through
address book application.




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