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E1: 31B: Operation Can Be Closed When Prior Move Type Op Is Canceled (Doc ID 2464938.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

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


E1  9.2 / Operation Search, P31B94

The P31B94 application allows the closure of an operation when prior move operations have been canceled.
Although no error is generated to prevent the operation from being closed, hard error 527WIM (no before lot found) is updated to the closed operation.
Because the operation contains a hard error, it cannot be reversed.

Expected: System should not allow the closure of an operation when prior move operations have been canceled. A "no before lot" error should be generated preventing the closure.

Steps to Duplicate:
1. Enter a T2T operation: Move 1,000 GA from a non-empty tank (i.e. Tank1) into an empty tank (i.e. Tank2).
    Tank2 After Lot volume = 1,000 GA.
2. Enter a 2nd T2T operation: Move 200 GA from tank Tank2 to empty tank (i.e. Tank3).
    From After Lot (Tank2) volume = 800 GA.  To After Lot (Tank3) volume = 200 GA.
3. Enter a 3rd T2T op: Move 800 GA from Tank2 to empty tank (i.e. Tank4):
    From After Lot (Tank2) volume = 0 GA.  To After Lot (Tank4) volume = 800 GA.
4. Cancel the 2nd T2T op without removing the vessels.
5. Cancel the 1st T2T op after deleting the vessels.
6. Notice that a hard error 527WIM is displayed on the last T2T operation.
    (This did not occur with the customer test).
7. Close (op status CLOSED) the last T2T operation.  Notice that the hard error from the browse form does not display in the operation header.  
    There is only a soft (warning) roll forward error.  The CLOSE status change is processed.
8. Review the P31B94 browse form. The last T2T operation that was just closed still displays the 527WIM hard error.
    The operation cannot be reversed as the Action drop down menu is disabled.




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