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E1: 49: Enhancement Request To Have The Promised Ship Date(PPDJ) field Available Under Line Defaults Tab - P4210/P42101 (Doc ID 2540719.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 08, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Transportation Management - Version 9.2 and later
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Currently there is no Promised Ship Date(PPDJ) field under Line Defaults tab of Sales order detail revisions both in P42101/P4210 during order entry

Client would like the Promised Ship Date(PPDJ) to be include on the Line Defaults tab of form of Sales Order details revisions both in P4210/P42101 in order to have same date defaulted into the all the sales order detail lines

The requirement is to consolidate the shipments. Given the multiple dates that the customer orders are placed, and the aspect that there is no requested date provided (the customer arrangement is that their order will be exported to them per the next 'active' date of the route, the Promised Ship Date needs to be specified on the sales order lines, so that this date is used for the shipment consolidation (as otherwise the Requested Date is used in the processing for shipment consolidation and the shipment consolidation does not function as required - multiple shipments are created). So when entering the sales orders the customer service staff are required to
specify the promised ship date.

When entering the sales orders the customer service staff are required to specify the promised ship date. As there is no promised ship date default provided in the 'Line Defaults' tab, the users are then required to enter the promised ship date on every individual sales order line. While this is technically possible, it is both additional work, as when the order is large, it is very easy for the person to miss this change for one or more sales order lines, or to accidentally enter an incorrect date. The outcome of any of these errors is that freight charges are incurred that should not be incurred




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