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E1: 31: R41505 Does Not Trace Lot for Component on Multi-Level BOM (Doc ID 2596703.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 10, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


If a Same Component Lot is issued at multiple levels on the Work orders, the R41505 (Lot Track & Trace Print) Report captures issues only at one level.

However, the P41203 (Trace/Track Inquiry) Application works correctly and shows the component at all levels

1.) Create New Items have All Items with Lot Process Type=2 - Lots Assigned
with Next Numbers
2.)  Adjust Inventory In for Component R4210007-2
3.) Create Multilevel BOM
     L1 - F2020805-2    WO  - 660130
       L2 - S70600197-2   WO -  660148
         L3 - S10600200-2   WO -  660156
         L4 - S65600200-2   WO -  660164
 Component ¿ R4210007-2   on BOM/Part list at for L3 and L4
4.)  Create Work Orders for each level & Attach Parts List
      Make Sure Component ¿ R4210007 ¿ on part list at for WO 660156 and 660164
5.) Issue the material at L4 and do the Completion.
6.) Now, Issue L4 to L3 and the Component R4210007 ¿ Do the Completion. Issue and Complete at All Levels.
           * Make sure you populate the previously Issued/Completed Lot to the
      Sub-Assembly.(this is what ties everything together)
7.) Check the P41203 Lot Tracing Application -It shows that Component R4210007 has been issued to 660156and 660164
8.) Go to the P41203 (Trace/Track Inquiry)  You will see the component at All Levels
9.) Now run the R41505 (Track & Trace Print)
10.) Notice the Report only captures the component Issue for one level


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