E1: 31B: P31B67 Speed Actuals Allowing Users To Close Operations Multiple Times
(Doc ID 2598573.1)
Last updated on OCTOBER 17, 2019
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Blend Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
There is a scenario with Blend Operations where the system is allowing users to close the operations multiple times through the Speed Actual application.
Causes Corruption issues
Operation closed multiple times - Inventory Document number generated multiple times hence item ledger is also updated multiple times.
1. Create Bottle Operation P31B94
2. Enter from vessel and instructed move quantity
3. Click on to vessel line and then click on BOTT Vessel Detail
4. Copy the bottling vessel and enter in Bottling reference number, Inventory
lot number and enter the Inventory location and enter quantity produced
same as instructed move quantity to update the actuals and click on save and close
5. Then click on save and close the save the operation
6. Find that operation, select that operation and select speed actuals under action tab
7. Click on >>
8. System will open new application P31B67 as below
9. Enter the status as CLOSED and click on save and close button
10. System may throw warning for item location, click on save and close again
11. Once operation closed system will back on same operation search
application here WITHOUT clicking on find button you will find operation
status is till appearing as OPEN hence you can reselect the speed actuals
from action tab again. Click on >>
12. You will find Workflow status is appearing as CLOSED but editable
13. Enter the status CLOSED and click on save and close and you will find
system allowed you to close the operation again and you can do that multiple
time through speed actuals until unless you click on find to refresh the data on operation search application
14. Operation status is till appearing open
15. Operation closed twice and Inventory Document number generated twice hence item ledger is also updated twice
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