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E1: 32: Multi-level, Multi-branch Configuration, using Transaction Type 2 for ST/OT, is not Creating Needed Work Order Category Code for Generated Work Orders from P4210 (Doc ID 2663484.1)

Last updated on JULY 22, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Configurator - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The category code for the work order is not being generated to the configured child work order in a different branch when doing a mulit-level configured sales order using transaction type 2 for ST/OT for the component.

 

STEPS TO DUPLICATE

  1. Create a Configured Parent. Add two branches for item
  2. Create a Configured Chil. Add two branches
  3. Create a purchased item to be used for the Configured Child component
  4. Add a simple configured parent segment including the conditional segment using category code WR10
  5. Add a simple configured child segment including the conditional segment using category code WR10
  6. Add two unconditional assembly inclusion rules for the parent item. A P rule calling the configured child in a different branch and using transaction code 2 for ST/OT. Then a C rule for derived calculation for the category code
  7. Add two unconditional assembly inclusion rules for the configured child item. A P rule calling the purchased item. Then a C rule for the derived calculation for the category code
  8. Create a sales order for the configured parent item
  9. Inquire on the sales order for the related orders and note the two work orders
  10. Inquire on the two work orders created for the category codes generated
  11. The Parent work order does have the correct category code however, the configured child work order does not have it saved


 

Changes

 

Cause

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