E1: 46/42: Priority (PRIO) Field is Blank in F4600 When Used P42040 to Ggenerate Pick Request
(Doc ID 2505050.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 14, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Warehouse Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When it generates the Pick request for a Sales order, using P42040 Sales Order Speed Status Update , in F4600 [Warehouse Requests] the value for Priority (PRIO) field is blank. This value was not inherited from the order's line .
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1.Set the Priority Processing Code (PRIO) in Customer Billing Instructions for a customer .
2.There is an item with stock available in a fixed location into a warehouse branch.
3.Do not activate Warehouse options in the processing option of P4210:
-Tab 1-Defaults , 4. Override Next Status = blank
-Tab 13-Warehouse , 1. Request Processing Mode = blank
4.Set Processing options for P42040 Sales Order Speed Status Update as following :
- Tab Defaults, 4. Default Next Status Code to Update = 535
- Tab Warehouse , 1. Request Processing Mode = 1= Generate requests only
5.Enter a sales order P4210 in the warehouse branch.
6.In F4211 [Sales Order Detail File], the Priority (PRIO) field is completed with the similar value from the customer.
7.Inquiry the order in P42040 and change the status code to 535 (In Warehouse). The order goes in warehouse and the Pick request is created.
8. Inquiry the order in F4600 [Warehouse Requests] and notice that the Priority (PRIO) field is blank. This value was not inherited from the order's line .
Note : When pick request is generated using setup in processing options of P4210 , the Priority information is send in F4600.
When it generates the Pick request for a Sales order, using P42040 Sales Order Speed Status Update , in F4600 [Warehouse Requests] the value for Priority (PRIO) field has to be completed with the value from the F4211.Priority (PRIO).
This information is useful in order to be able to run pick suggestion (R46171) according to order priority.
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