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E1: 32: Configued Purchased Order (P4310) Costs Are Not Getting Generated Using Adavanced Pricing Order Details Groups (P4092) (Doc ID 2573801.1)

Last updated on JULY 15, 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.


Configured purchase order costs are not getting generated using advanced pricing order detail groups. Advanced pricing details are setup with an add on cost but, costs are not getting generated using advanced pricing order detail groups.

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Create a configured parent item. Purchase price level '1' is for supplier catalog costing however, there isn't a catalog cost setup
  2. Create a purchased component for the configuration. No P4105 cost
  3. Add a simple configured item segment with a default value
  4. Add an unconditional P assembly inclusion rule
  5. Create an advanced pricing name and definition using an order detail group which is using Purchase Reporting Code 4
  6. Add adjustment details for an add-on cost populating the PDP4 code to be used for the cost
  7. Create an advanced pricing schedule and attach it to the supplier in the supplier master
  8. Add a purchase order for the supplier that has the advanced pricing schedule populated
  9. Populate the Report Code 4 during order entry before tabbing down to kick off the P3210 configurator revisions
  10. Tab down and the system will generate the P3210
  11. The default segment answer will populate so click Validate Configuration
  12. At this point it is apparent based on the message center cost that the cost is not going to come in
  13. Click Add to Order
  14. No unit cost from advanced pricing
  15. Click on the rwo exit for additional info 1 and see that the advanced pricing schedule is defaulting into the purchase order
  16. Click on the row exit for price history and the system is picking up the schedule without the cost
  17. OK the purchase order and inquire on it to see there isn't any cost





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