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E1: 45: Basket Adjustments Not Calculated for Order Fulfillment Lines (Doc ID 2579956.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 22, 2019

Applies to:

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


Basket Repricing (R42750) adjustments are not calculated for lines in fulfillment.

Steps to Duplicate

  1. Setup a complex Item Group named ‘PEN’ based upon the Sales Reporting Code 5 (SRP5) Category Code
  2. Set some item branch records with Sales Reporting Code 5 (SRP5) Category Code = ‘PEN’
  3. Activate the Fulfillment Entry Advanced Preference Type 41 for SO Order Types only for Items in the ‘PEN’ Item Group based upon Sales Reporting Code 5 (SRP5) Category Code = ‘PEN’
  4. Items that do not have Sales Reporting Code 5 (SRP5) Category Code = ‘PEN’ will not enter the Fulfillment Management System.
  5. Setup Two Price Adjustments with Amount Level Breaks
    1. ‘RMPAYS’ is a line adjustment: percentage discount applied for customer / country (country defined in a category code).
    2. ‘TESTMONT’ is a basket repricing adjustment. When amount > 100.00 for all lines of item basket group, then a percentage discount is applied.
  6. Create a version of SO Entry that calls the Advanced Preference and that also calls Auto Order Repricing
  7. Create a two line sales order as follows:
    1. 5 units of Fulfillment Item @ 10.395 = 51.975
    2. 5 units of Non-Fulfillment Item @ 10.395 = 51.975
    3. Total for order is 103.95 which is greater than 100.00
    4. Check submitted jobs and note Basket Reprice (R42750) was launched
  8. Reenter Sales Order after Basket Reprice (R42750) is completed
  9. Row Exit to Price History (P4074)
    1. Line level Adjustment ‘RMPAYS’ was applied to both lines
    2. Basket Price Adjustment ‘TESTMONT’ was NOT applied to both lines.
    3. Fulfillment Order Amount was not included in the From Amount for the Basket Price Adjustment ‘TESTMONT’




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