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E1: 31: Recalculation Of The Issue Qty (P31113) And Required Qty (P3111) Should Be Based On The BOM (Doc ID 2426813.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

E1 9.2 / Completion with Backflush, P31114
             Work Order Parts List, P3111

           
When over/under completing (P31114 with Backflush, SOQS) or changing the work order (header) quantity (P48013 UORG), re-calculate the Issue Quantity (P31113, ONTOW) or Parts List required quantity (P3111, UORG) based on the work order item's bill of material (P3002).  The calculation should result in the same quantities as if the work order and attached parts list were for the same quantity that is being completed.

Currently, the Quantity to Issue (P31113, ONTOW) is not correct when the quantity completed (P31114 with backflush, SOQS) is different than the quantity ordered (WO
P48013 UORG) (the work order quantity is not adjusted- the work order is just over/under-completed at time of P31114 entry). This occurs when the bill of material (P3002) component item(s) has a Percent Scrap (SCRP) and the component item(s) are set to 'Round to Whole Number' in the Item Master Additional System Information (SNS).
This is because the issue MBF (P31113 and P3111) does not use the Bill of Material to do the re-calculation (Reference Bug 28380146).

Note- This same problem occurs when changing the work order header (P48013) quantity after the parts list has been attached.  The new parts list required quantities are calculated incorrectly (P48013 Quantities and Dates processing option (Validating tab) = '1' -recalculate the Parts List and Routing information).

Cause

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