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E1: 34: P3411 Creates Sales Transfer (ST) Orders Using Incorrect Currency Code Retrieved from Demand Branch Rather than Supplying Branch (Doc ID 2595324.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 07, 2019

Applies to:

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


When a Transfer Sales order is manually entered in P4210, it picks up the currency from the supplying branch. However when a Requirements Planning message is processed for the same situation (same item, Supply Branch, Demand Branch etc) by calling the same version of P4210 (to create the ST/OT orders), the resultant Sales Order does not pick up the supplying branch currency.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. P4101 / P41026 - Create one purchased component (Stk Ty = P, Ln Ty = S) in 2 different B/Ps belonging to 2 different companies using 2 different currency codes.
2. Create demand for this item
3. P0010 - Check the Company holding the supplying branch and note the Currency Code (e.g. JPY). Check the Company holding the demand branch and note its currency Code too (e.g. USD)
4. P3403T - Set a Branch Relationship (e.g. by item) to have the Supplying B/P supplying Demand B/P
5. BV: R3483 - Run MRP to create order messages in both supplying and demand B/P
6. P3411 - Process the O (order) message created in the demand plant for an OT order. This generates an ST order in the supplying branch
7. F4211 - Check the ST details generated through MRP processing:
Currency Code = e.g. USD - incorrect, it should have been set to JPY from the Supplying B/P
Exchange Rate = e.g. 0.00935 - This is incorrect, it should have been zero
8. P4210 ZJDE0007 - Create manual ST / OT orders for the same item, using the same details as above:
Currency Code = JPY - This is correct
Exchange Rate = 0

The manual ST order detail line has the correct details versus the ST order detail line that has been created through MRP processing (via P3411).




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