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E1: 32: Configured OD with Line Type Defined with Y Interface is Not Creating F3201 Record (Doc ID 2391137.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

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


EnterpriseOne 9.2
In a scenario that is very atypical and may not be fully supported in a configurator direct ship environment, it is typical to direct ship configured parent items. However, there are times when there is a need to have the supplier send it directly to the order Branch/Plant (B/P) instead. What is being attempted is to enter a configured sales detail line with a Line Type that creates a purchase order similar to a D Line except that the Inventory Interface is defined as a Y instead of a D in the Line Type Revisions (P40205) with the intent of creating a purchase order but having the supplier send the product to the sales order detail Branch/Plant instead of to the customer. This is the atypical aspect of the issue. As such, the system is creating an OD (based on the version of PO Entry behind P3210) but is not creating the Configurator Master Table record (F3201) for the related OD purchase order. Subsequently, you cannot receive the inventory from the supplier or ship it to the customer because there is no unique configuration ID (alias CFGSID) associated to the OD purchase order.

While there may be other obstacles along the way as this unusual process that really should be handled in two separate processes; create a purchase order and receive the configured item, then ship it to the customer.




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