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E1: 42: Backorders in Sales (R42118/P42117/P4210/P42101/P4205) (Doc ID 2369540.1)

Last updated on MAY 31, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management
All Platforms

Purpose

Overview

A backorder is a customer order that cannot be filled at the time the order is placed, and for which the customer is prepared to wait for some time. The percentage of items backordered is an important indication of the quality of a company's customer service and the effectiveness of its inventory management.

Scope

 

Details

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Basic Setup
 Backorders in Sales Order Entry (P4210)
 When Partial Shipments are Not Allowed
 Backorders at Pick Slip Print (R42520)
 Backorders with Commitment Processing (R42997)
 Backorders at Ship Confirm (P4205)
 Releasing Backorders
 Example - Batch Backorder Release in Order Number Sequence
 Example - Batch Backorder Release in Scheduled Pick Date Sequence
 Other Backorder Release Processing Options
 Partial Order Holds and Ship Complete Functionality
 Example - Implementing Ship Complete Functionality
 Backorder Release with PO Receipts
 Example - Releasing Backorder at PO Receipt (P4312)
 Backorder Release with Kits
 Example - Partial Release of Kit Components
 Example - Using the Kit Balancing Window (P42055)
References

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