E1: 31B P31B87 Edit Operation Detail Is Not Clearing Errors and is Allowing Users To Close The Operation With Red Error When Using Save and Return to Header
(Doc ID 2621631.1)
Last updated on DECEMBER 18, 2019
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Blend Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When a preceding move operation is changed resulting in an error on the current operation, which may be corrected by changing the current operation (for example reducing the move volume), if the correction is made and then Save and Return to Header is followed by changing the operation status to Closed, then clicking Save and Close the volume in the vessel is deleted and the error is not cleared. This results in the operation being stuck in error and it can not be reversed and the tank volume can no longer be changed. An attempt to enter a downstream operation will result in two Errors - 456WIM Suspect Lot Detected Warning and 527WIM No Before Lot Found for Selected Vessel Warning.
These steps duplicate the issue:
1) Set up 3 new tanks (A,B,C)
2) Adjust volume into tank A (example 15 GA)
3) Enter T2T Operation to move part of the volume to Tank B (example 10 GA from A to B)
4) Enter T2T Operation to move the balance to Tank C (example 5 GA from A to C, leaving Tank A empty)
5) Change the volume of the first T2T Operation to a larger value (example from 10 to 13 GA)
6) Save and Close the changed operation and Operation Search will correctly show a Hard Error on the 2nd operation since there is not enough volume for that operation to be completed.
7) Edit the second T2T Operation reducing its volume to a value that will not error (in this example to a value <= 2 GA).
8) Key Step - Use Save and Return to Header
9) On the Header set the Status to CLOSED, then click Save and Close
10) Refresh Operation Search and note the Operation Closed but the Error was not cleared. The operation now has a Hard Error can not be reversed and the volume in the Tank can not be used in subsequent operations.
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