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E1: 42: EDI 850 Writes RTPOOUT2 With Generate PO Unchecked On SO Line Type (Doc ID 2430528.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 01, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne EDI - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 9.2 version, EDI – Distribution
EDI Inbound Purchase Order Edit/Create (R47011)

When EDI Inbound Purchase Order Edit/Create (R47011) is run on a Sales Order that uses a Line Type NA which has the Inventory Interface set to D and the Generate Purchase Order Checkbox Unchecked, a Purchase Order is NOT created, but a record is incorrectly inserted into the Event Transfer Table (F90710) for the RTPOOUT2 Real Time Event.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. Activate the RTPOOUT2 Real Time Event.
  2. In Line Type Constants (P40205) setup a Custom Line Type NA which uses Inventory Interface = D but has the Generate Purchase Order Checkbox Unchecked.
  3. Create Order Activity Rules (P40204) for a SO Order Type and NA Line Type
  4. Run Inbound EDI Order Revisions (P47010) to populate the EDI 850 Inbound tables (F47011 and F47012).
  5. Create a Sales Order Entry (P4210) Version with Defaults Option #2 (Line Type) is set to NA.
  6. Create an EDI Inbound Purchase Order Edit/Create (R47011) Version that calls the Sales Order Entry (P4210) Version.
  7. Run the EDI Inbound Purchase Order Edit/Create (R47011). The job is completed successfully.
  8. Check the Event Transfer Table (F90710). A purchase order record was incorrectly inserted into the Event Transfer Table (F90710) for the RTPOOUT2 Real Time Event by the F4311EndDoc (XT4311Z1) even though the Generate Purchase Order Checkbox Unchecked on the line type.

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