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E1: 45: Non-Price-Sensitive Fields are Repriced and Free Good Canceled Due to No Unit Price of Saleable End Item (Doc ID 2385255.1)

Last updated on JULY 21, 2020

Applies to:

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


EnterpriseOne 9.2
In a scenario in which a line item calls a free good item in Sales Order Entry (P4210), if the "initiating" or source item does not have a Unit Price defined in P4106/F4106 and the Unit Price field is blank in P4210, an anomaly occurs when the order is saved and a change is made to a non-price sensitive field of the source line. When this is done, the system triggers the pricing process and cancels the free good line and adds a new free good line.

It appears that any change to a non-price sensitive field causes this issue but the main concern is statues and category codes.

This is a very specific scenario:
- Use free goods.
- Source line does not have a Unit Price
- Very few items have a Unit Price defined in P4106/F4106.
- There is an update to a non-price sensitive field.
- A workaround is available in which the Unit Price of the initiating/parent item is defined with a .0001 Unit Price in P4106/F4106.




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