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E1: 49: Shipment Approval Allowed When Second Shipment Leg is Routing Status 9 (Doc ID 2549481.1)

Last updated on JULY 21, 2020

Applies to:

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


On : 9.2 version, Transportation

Shipment approval is allowed on a shipment with 2 legs where the first leg is at routing status 0 and the second leg of the same shipment is at routing status 9. Hard error 071F (Error Approving Shipment- Invalid Routing) should be issued preventing the shipment from being approved. The end result is a corrupted shipment that can not be ship confirmed without error and can not be unapproved. This issue only happens when the first leg is at routing status 0 and the second is at 9. If the first leg is at routing status 9 and the second at 0 then the above error is issued preventing shipment approval.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Enter a transportation PO using a branch plant (destination) that does not have an existing transportation route set up in P4950 Work With Routing Entries.
2. Go to Work with Shipments and the shipment routing status should be 9 as a result of no route set up.
3. Row exit to Revisions-->Shipment. Form exit to Additional Info.
4 Change the Destination Address to an address that has a valid route set up in P4950 Routing Entries.
5. The shipment is now split into in half with the first ¿leg¿ having a routing status of 0 and the second a routing status of 9.
6. Approve the shipment and Error 071F is not issued. The shipment gets approved and the shipment can not be confirmed due to hard error 071F in the shipment confirmation application. Since the shipment is already approved, it cannot be unapproved and therefore it cannot be routed. This prevents the shipment from being processed any further. The system should not allow the Approval of the shipment until all legs of the shipment have been successfully routed.




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