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E1: 42: P4205 Is Not Retaining Override GL Class Code From Sales Order (Doc ID 2516997.1)

Last updated on JULY 21, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : 9.2 version, Sales

When manually overriding the G/L class code in Sales Order Entry and then selecting a different location during P4205 Shipment Confirmation, the G/L Class code on the Sales Order Detail (F4211) line is changed  to the G/L class code from the Item Location (F41021)
record. The manually entered G/L class code should be retained.

STEPS
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STEPS TO DUPLICATE:
1. Setup an item with IN30 G/L Class Code in F4101, F4102,  and F41021 record.
2. Create a secondary location with IN30 in Item Location (F41021).
3. Adjust in inventory for the location just created (100 EA)
4. Create two Sales Orders for 1 EA of the item in the branch plant. Both orders are soft committed to the Primary Location. On both Sales Orders go to the G/L Class Code on the Sales order detail line and manually change it (override) the G/L Class Code to IN20.
5. Run Pick Slip Print to hard commit the first order to the location with inventory on-hand.
6. Use the databrowser to inquire on the first order in F4211 after hard commit. The Sales Order G/L Class Code is the override G/L Class of IN20 not IN30 from the F41021 record.
7. Run P4205 Ship Confirm selecting to location with inventory on-hand.
8. Return to Databrowser and click Find. The F4211 pulled in IN30 from the Item Location instead of retaining the IN20 that was manually entered (override value) during Sales Order Entry.


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Cause

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