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E1: 46: Non Divisible Container Functionality in Warehousing (Doc ID 2539186.1)

Last updated on MAY 07, 2019

Applies to:

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


Is there any functionality in JDE to handle the concept of no-divisible (unbreakable) container?

When JDE picks on a no-divisible container it should reserve the entire quantity because the quantity can not be cut off.

For example:
P1 is a palette that is divisible that contains 100 items
need 75: JDE picks 75 (with R46171, R461601...)

T1 is a no-divisible reel that contains 100 items
need 75: JDE picks 100 because you can not separate 75 and 25 (with R46171, R461601)

The situation can be explained also with production work orders.

There are electronic components on coils (like movie reels).

When R46171 (Location Selection Driver) is ran, you want the system to pick the container with the entire quantity, 100, because if you run another R46171 for another work order for a second production's location, you don't want JDE pick on this container because it's not the same destination
The qty on the work order should stay at 75 but put-away 100 in the first production's location, because physically the components are here.


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