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E1: 49: Freight Charges Incorrect after Partial Receipt of Inbound In-Transit Load (Doc ID 2660382.1)

Last updated on JULY 05, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Transportation Management - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When running load confirm (P49640, W49640) and processing a partial receipt for a compartmentalized In-transit load for an inbound shipment / purchase order then the freight charges of the load are calculated based on the total order quantity/weight and not the partial quantity/weight that was load confirmed and received.


Steps to Duplicate
1) Enter Transportation Purchase order for 200 EA, shipment weight 200 LB
2) Build a compartmentalized in-transit (CI) load
3) Select a vehicle that has less capacity then the order/shipment weight (e.g 150 lb)
4) Add shipment to load and route load with a route that has a weight based Rate definition
5) Check Load charges and they are 200 lb x $100 = $20000 for the total qunatity/weight of the shipment
6) From Load Detail take exit to compartments and make sure the scheduled weight matches the vehicle capacity (150 lb with 50 lb remaining)
7) Approve load (note there is a bogus Invalid Line type error – 4150)
8) Confirm Load and on Compartment screen (W49640B) make sure loaded quantity/weight is 150
9) Note that Load details show that 150 lb were shipped However load charges are still calculated based on the original quantity of the order 200 lb x $100 = $20000
10) Deliver Confirm Load
11) Verify on order that only 150 were received and 50 remain open
12) Load charges are still calculated incorrect based on the original quantity of the order 200 lb x $100 = $20000


Cause

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