E1: 42: SDSO18 (Sales Order Status 18) is Set to 0 for a Split Line
(Doc ID 2687891.1)
Last updated on OCTOBER 05, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Processing - Version 9.2 and later
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BSFN B4200450 will split lines during commitments in case of partial shippable quantity and partial backorder quantity (e.g. in R42997).
The new line gets a linenumber x.0001 and most of the information of the original line is copied to the line line. Including prices and price override flag (PROV).
But for some reason field SO18 is hard coded set to 0 when on the original line it is 1.
- set P4210 to split the lines in case of backorder qty - Warehousing tab PO1 = 1.
- added a SO that would backorder some qty and I would manually override the price
- The line was split and line 1.000 has PROV=1, SO18 = 1.
- Line 1.001 has PROV = 1, SO18=0 .
Because they both need to be 1 in order to reprice a line (using an Apply On Override Price" price adjustment) - the reprice never happens for these split lines.
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