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E1: 42: 46: No Soft Commitment for W Line with Inventory Commitment ON but Not Set (Doc ID 2445055.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 18, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Warehouse Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When P4210 has the Inventory Commitment preference ON and the line type W is used, but nothing is set up for the item in the preferences, the soft commit doesn't happen in F41021.
This will generate a negative soft commitment in the primary location later on when R46171 (location selection) is ran, that remains until R42990 is run to repair the commitments.

STEPS TO REPRODUCE
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Test 1 - Inventory Commitment Preference is NOT Active:
1. Standard line type W setup.
2. P4210: Commitment preference is being bypassed.
3. P40070: 06 preference not set up for GMW branch and, as per P4210 processing options above, is not being called.
4. P4210 enter sales order for item. No quantity exists for the item as it needs to be manufactured.
5. Quantity backordered is blank and there is no warning message of
insufficient available quantity. This is the expected behavior of line type W.
6. P41202 after order entry: Quantity backordered is blank and the SO Soft Commit on the primary location is populated - correct

Test 2 - Inventory Commitment Preference is Active
1. P4210:Commitment preference is activated.
2. P40070:Preference is active, but not set up for the branch, so will not be used.
3. P4210 enter sales order for item. No quantity exists for the item as it needs to be manufactured.
4. Quantity backordered is blank and there is no warning message of insufficient available quantity. This is the expected behavior of line type W.
5. P41202 after order entry: Quantity backordered is blank and the SO Soft Commit on the primary location is blank. - incorrect.

The soft commit should occur in this situation, as the preference is not used.

Changes

 

Cause

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