E1: 31: P4312 Receipt for Outside Operation Purchase Order that has a Closed Work Order is Allowed to be Reversed
(Doc ID 2596368.1)
Last updated on APRIL 28, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The system is allowing users to reverse the outside operation receipt when the work order is closed. This leaves the unaccounted amounts in the F3212 routing table and it goes undetected because as far as the Finance is concerned the work order has gone through the MFG accounting process. Reversing an outside operation purchase order should be possible only if the corresponding work order is open.
Steps to duplicate
- Create a standard costed Outside Operation Parent Item.
- Create a standard costed Purchased Item.
- Create a standard costed Outside Operation Item (Parent+*OPSequence Number) using X Stocking Type ans X Line Type.
- Add a Bill of Material for the Parent and Purchased Item at sequence #10.
- Add a Routing for the Parent and three operations with the middle operation the Outside Operation. Match its sequence to the sequence of the Bill of Material part.
- The Outside Operation is distinguished by the Supplier, Cost Type and PO=Y.
- Rolled up all costs.
- Run R31410 over the work order number to attach parts list/routing and establish the Outside Operation Purchase Order number which is shown in both the routing and the R31415 PDF.
- Receive the Outside Operation PO which creates both an OV and IM.
- Run completions.
- Run R31802A Manufacturing Accounting advance the work order status to 97.
- At this point the work order is deemed closed however, if the outside operation order is reversed the system allows the reversal even though the work order is technically closed.
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