E1: 42: For a Credit Order Created for SD/OD the PO Price Defaults from Standard Cost Instead of the Original OD Price
(Doc ID 2642623.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 28, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management - Version 9.2 and later
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Where a Direct Ship (SD/OD) order has the item cost sourced from the Supplier Catalog (P41061), a reversal of the SD order results in the standard cost (F4105) being used on the generated OD order. The Supplier Catalog cost should be used.
STEPS TO DUPLICATE:
- Add new or locate existing Supplier/Item relationship record in P43090; take exit to Supplier Prices and add a record for the unit(s) of measure to be used in the SD/OD order.
- Check the regular P4105 cost for the item so that the source of the cost used on the order can be verified.
- Raise a new SD order using a copy of P4210.ZJDE0005. Though the cost on the SD order comes in as the P4105 cost, once the SD order is saved and the related OD order is checked, it will show the Supplier Catalog cost.
- Add a new line type using P40205; this is for the reversal of the SD order. It should be a copy of the D line type but with the Reverse Sign option box checked. Add the Order Activity Rules for the CO order type and the line type just created. (for example CO/CX). Add a version of P4210 to process this order/line combo - it can be a copy of the standard ZJDE0002 version used to create credit orders.
- Create a version of the sales ledger program (P42025) that is set to look for SD orders; attach this version to the option number 9 in the versions tab of the P4210 used to create your credit order.
- Launch the P4210 version to create the CO/CX (or similar) order; take the exit to Credit Memo; locate the SD order created in step 3 and select the line. Save this CO order.
- Inquire on the CO order and take the exit to Related PO; checking this OD order, note that the cost has been taken from the F4105 table, not the Supplier Catalog cost.7)
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