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E1: 44H: P44H703 Extra Purchase Order Entry Allows EPO's to be Created for Options Which Have Not Been Selected for Inclusion in the Related Lot/Home (Doc ID 2645354.1)

Last updated on MARCH 03, 2020

Applies to:

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


EPO's (Extra Purchase Orders) containing Options that have not been selected for the Extra Purchase Order Lot Job Number are created.  You should not be able to create an EPO for an Option which has not been selected for the related Lot/home.

The P44H703 - Extra Purchase Order Entry application is used to create purchase orders for specific cost codes which are already included as part of the configured lot as viewed in P44H711 - Lot Start Workfile Review.  These EPO's are provided to add things such as materials and labor to replace or repair something connected to the lot/home. 

For example, dry wall finishing was provided under a specific cost code and is included in the home configuration as seen in the P44H711. During construction of the home and after the dry wall finish work had all been performed, a contractor damaged some of this finish work requiring repair.  The EPO is created to track these costs and add them to the home configuration/P44H711.

The Home Buyer will select the various Options they want to include in the home configuration.  The sales staff will add these selections to the home configuration using Sales Workbench P44H500 and the Row Exit to Select Options. 

If an EPO is needed at a later point in the home building cycle, it should only allow creation of the EPO order for Options that have already been selected for inclusion in the home configuration.  If the specific Option has not been selected for inclusion in this lot/home, an error should be generated and the EPO should not be allowed/created.





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