E1: 49: Mode Of Transport (MOT) Remains Populated on The Backorder Line splitted with R42997 (Inventory Commitment )
(Doc ID 2443608.1)
Last updated on JUNE 07, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Transportation Management - Version 9.0 and later
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When user creates a transportation sales order and the quantity is only partial available in the system, R42997 (Inventory Commitment ) process will create a shippable line for the available quantity and a backordered line for the remaining quantity. In the backorder line, the system displayed the same mode of transport as like in the shippable line.
Steps to Duplicate:
- Set processing options for P4210 in order to call R42997 (Inventory Commitment ) in the subsystem:
-Tab 7-Process , 2. Subsystem Processing = 3
- Use an item that has only qty available =5 EA in a secondary location .
- Enter a transportation sales order in P4210 for the item above with Quantity Ordered = 100 EA . The ordered quantity exceeds the quantity available . Set Mod Tm(MOT) field = GRD and save the order .
- R42997 runs in the subsystem and the order is split in 2 lines. The second line for 95 EA is backordered. The backorder line has not shipment number but was created with the same mode of transport as like in the shippable line (MOT = GRD).
In the backorder line , the mode of transport (MOT) has to be blank.
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