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E1: 42/45: Sales Order Entry (P42101) Price History Incorrect Updated for Substitute Item (Doc ID 2503567.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 25, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

The manual adjustment performed into the Price History for the original item is not copied over the substitute line in a sales order entered using P42101 application . After the sales order is saved , the records from Price History, for both lines (original item and substitute item ) , disappeared.

STEPS TO REPRODUCE :

1.Set processing options P42101 to call a version of P4210 .

2.Set processing options for the version of P4210 to use original item's price, in tab 8-Cross Ref.

3.Set for an item, a substitute item in P4104 , with Base Price Indicator and Adjustment Indicator set to 1.

4.Set a Manual Adjustment Price schedule (P4071, P4072, P4070 ).

5. Enter a sales order (P42101) for the original item and apply the Adjustment schedule. The unit price is defaulted in the order from the adjustment rules.

6.Select the line , press the button <Price History> and change the Unit Price. This new price is defaulted in the line of the order . Save the sales order.

7. Re-open the order, select the line , press the button <Cross Reference> and select the substitute item . The application gets the original price from the initial item but the manual override price adjustment is not applied.

8.Check the price History for both lines of the order and notice that the records from Price History disappeared.

The complete Price History from the original item has to be copied over to the substitute line.

Changes

 

Cause

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