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E1: 43: Buyer Number Not Saved In PO Header After Updating Or Changing Detail Line (Doc ID 2582989.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 29, 2019

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

1. If you have an existing PO with no Buyer number in the Header, and if you enter the header and add the Buyer Number, then go to the detail and click the detail line's checkbox then click save, the Buyer Number is not saved to the Header.

2. If you have an existing PO with no Buyer in the Header, and if you enter the header and add the Buyer Number, then go to the detail and change the line quantity and/or price then click save, the Buyer Number is not saved to the Header.

3. If you have an existing PO with no Buyer in the Header, and if you enter the header and add the Buyer Number, just click save without touching the detail line, the Buyer Number is saved to the Header.


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

Test 1 Steps to reproduce:

1. Inquire on existing purchase order with blank buyer number in header
2. Row exit to Header Revision
3. Enter Buyer Number, save Header
4. In detail, click the detail line's checkbox then click Save
5. Inquire on order, row exit to Header Revision
6. See that buyer number is blank


Test 2 Steps to reproduce:

1. Inquire on existing purchase order with blank buyer number in header
2. Row exit to Header Revision
3. Enter Buyer Number, save Header
4. In detail, change the quantity and/or price then click Save
5. Inquire on order, row exit to Header Revision
6. See that buyer number is blank


Test 3 Steps to reproduce:

1. Inquire on existing purchase order with blank buyer number in header
2. Row exit to Header Revision
3. Enter Buyer Number, save Header
4. In detail, don't touch the detail - just save.
5. Inquire on order, row exit to Header Revision
6. See that buyer number is still there.



Cause

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