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E1: 46: Quantity Invalid (0855) Error When Grade Adv Preference Is Being Used In P4600 (Pick Requests) To Select Expired Lot (Doc ID 2684949.1)

Last updated on JUNE 26, 2020

Applies to:

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


When Days Before EXDP field is set with a negative value in Advances preferences for Grade/Potency P4072 (Preference Details), R46171 (Location Selection Driver) does validate correctly the lot and creates a pick suggestion for it, even if it is expired.

However, when trying use the Manual Planner (P4600) the suggest an expired lot, the system displays an error (0855 Quantity Invalid).

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. P41026 Have a warehousing lot controlled item with Grade control activated.
2. P4072 Define advance preference type 25 Grade.
3. In preference, set days before = -20, so I can ship to this customer items expired, but only in a period of 20 days after the item expired.
When negative, this number indicates the number of days after expiration for an item where it still can be used or sold to a specific customer.
4. P4108 Have an expired lot in the 20 days range.
5. P4210 Enter a sales order with advanced preference activated.
6. Check the picking request created in F4600.
7. R46171 Generate the suggestion - notice the Expired Lot is proposed OK by report taking into account the Grade adv preference
8. Cancel the suggestion.
9. P4600 - check pick request - Row exit – manual planner -Form exit – auto suggest
The system recommends one of the expired lots – perfect
10. Click OK to save – error is displayed (0855 Quantity Invalid).

Workaround: Use R46171 –that was fixed to be able to use the preference and expired lots by Bug 18138863 - ADVANCED PREFERENCE AND DAYS BEFORE EXDP FIELD IN F4600.




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