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E1: 40R: Allow Support for Backordered Lines in Demand Scheduling (Doc ID 2379299.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 06, 2019

Applies to:

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


Currently backorders are not a supported process in the Demand Scheduling
Module. See E1: 40R: R40R010 Cancels Manually Backordered Line (Doc ID
2279626.1) and Bug 26332277 - R40R010 CANCELS MANUALLY BACKORDERED LINE.

Many Demand Scheduling customers have both automotive and industrial customers.
The automotive customers send in forecasts years in advance and the
manufacturing facility has adequate time to make the items whereas an
industrial customer may only give six months forecast notice and the factory
cannot keep up with demand thereby resulting in backorders. Industrial
customers do not impose severe fines if material is not delivered on time as
is done in the automotive industry and as a result it is a logical business
process to allow backorders. For industrial customers, CUM tracking is turned
off, therefore using the Ahead/Behind functionality is not feasible for
these customers.

This enhancement request is that E1 at least allow backorders for
non-automotive Demand where CUM tracking is not required.




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