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E1: 31B On P31B69 BOTT (Bottling) Operations System Is Sporadically Assigning Duplicate Before Lots In F31B70 And F31B71 (Doc ID 2633471.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 28, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When there are 2 BOTT (Bottling) Operations originally using 2 unique From Tanks if the earlier Operation is changed so that is uses the same Tank as the later operation in some cases the F31B70 and F31B71 will show the same Before Lot for both operations. The After Lot of the earlier Operation should be the Before Lot of the later operation and the Before Lot should never be the same for 2 operations.


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create One Bottling Operation P31B69 (base operation BOTT) with actual start date of current date. The operation can be closed or left open.

2. Create One more Bottling operation with actual start date in the future (it may need to be 14 days or more in the future to duplicate the issue) and use a different From Vessel.

3. Edit the first operation and change the vessel from it's original to match the vessel used in the later operation, click on calculate move and Save and Close the operation.

4. Review the operations lots in F31B70 and F31B71 and you will find same from vessel before lot twice in both of tables

In some cases editing the operation or closing the operation will correct the Before Lot information in the tables. In some cases and error will be given and editing the operation will correct the error. However using Speed Status Update may allow Closing the Operation without correcting the Before Lot values.

Changes

 

Cause

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