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E1: 43: Open Amount and Quantity from F4316 Do Not Blank During Receipt P4312 With Option 9 (Doc ID 2529069.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 26, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

<Amount Open> and <Quantity Open> fields, from the file F4316 (Purchase Order Multiple Account File), are not blanked when it is canceled the purchase line using option <9> ( Cancel Purchase Order line ) at receipt P4312.

STEPS TO REPRODUCE
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1.Enter a procurement order P4310 with 2 lines and line type B( Inventory Interface B). Apply <Account Distribution > for each line of the order and distribute all the quantity, only for one account.
2.Partially receive P4312 the first order line .
3.Check the F4316 (Purchase Order Multiple Account File) . The information are correct ( Quantity and Amount fields ).
4.Cancel the remaining quantity from the first line, using Rec opt <9> ( Cancel Purchase Order line ) . Line 1 in the order has been closed.
5.Check the F4316 for line 1 of the order and see that Amount Open and Quantity Open still exist, instead to be 0 as in F4311 .  This is incorrect .
6.Cancel the second line of the order , using option <9> . Line 2 in the order has been closed .
7.<Amount Open> and <Quantity Open> fields for the 2nd line in F4311 is also 0 but in F4316 these fields still show as open.  This is incorrect .

Note: The bug is replicated also for line type J (Inventory Interface A).

<Amount Open> and <Quantity Open> fields, from the file F4316 (Purchase Order Multiple Account File), have to became 0 when it is canceled the purchase line using option <9> ( Cancel Purchase Order line ) at receipt P4312, like in F4311.

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