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E1: 32: OD Cost not Updated with Advanced Pricing Adjustments in Price History (P4074) when Initiated by SD (Doc ID 2531986.1)

Last updated on JULY 22, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Configurator - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9.1 to 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When entering a Direct Ship order for a configured item, the system does not process advanced pricing costs adjustments on the related purchase order (OD). Because of this, the OD does not have the desired Cost. In this example, the desired cost is to come from an Advanced Pricing Override adjustment. However, it's been determined that no advanced pricing adjustments are hitting the related OD.

Expected Results:

When entering a Direct Ship order for a configured item process the advanced pricing costs on the related purchase order.

Steps to duplicate

  1. Item Master definition for the configured parent item with the Configurator Costing Method defined as 2 Cost is defined as the configured parent item.
  2. Note that there is no P4105 cost defined for the Primary Location for the configured item.
  3. In the Assembly Inclusion Rules (P3293), there is an X Costing Rule defined to roll up to the parent configured item.
  4. In the advanced pricing adjustment definition in P4071, the adjustment is defined as Procurement with an Override Price definition.
  5. Associate the adjustment to an Adjustment Schedule via P4070.
  6. Define the Price Adjustment Detail via P4072. Define a Factor Value Numeric with the Basis Code as 5 Add on Amount.
  7. In the Supplier Master (P04012), associate the desired Adjustment Schedule.
  8. Before entering a purchase order, for the version of Direct Ship Order Entry (P4210) that is to be used, note the version of P4310 defined on Processing Option 8 of the Versions tab of P4210.
  9. Create a standalone OD purchase order in the same version of P4310 that is called from P4210.
  10. When the Configured Item Revisions form (P3210) is prompted, configure, validate, and click Add to Order.
  11. Once in the PO Detail (P4310), take the Price History (P4074) Row exit.
  12. In the Price History, note that the adjustment correctly comes and overrides the cost as defined in P4072.
  13. Now run the same test by creating an SD order in P4210.
  14. Again configure the item in P3210.
  15. Accept the sales order. From the Customer Service Inquiry form, note the related OD number.
  16. Inquire on the OD in P4310. Verify that the the Related Cost in the purchase order is different than the standalone OD. It¿s actually the X Rule value.
  17. Take the Price History Row exit.
  18. Note that nothing comes in, including the Adjustment Schedule and Adjustment. This is the reported issue.


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