E1: 43: P43214 Routing Amount Field MATH06 Ignores UOM Conversion
(Doc ID 2715135.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 04, 2022
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When doing Receipt Routing for an item that has a UOM Conversion, on a foreign cost PO. When looking at the P43214 Row Exit to Detail information, and selecting the Foreign mode Check Box / View. The Routing Amount Field (MATH06) displays the incorrect value it seem to be ignoring the UOM Conversion.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE:
1. Go to Item Master & Item Branch Plant and create a P stocking Type Item i.e. 92320, B/P 30 where the Primary UOM = PC Secondary = TS Purchasing = TS, Production = TS and Component = TS.
2. Setup a Item UOM Conversion where 1 TS = 1000.000 PC
3. Go to P4105 and setup cost for the item i.e. Sales / INV 07 = 2.00 and Purchasing 08 = 2.00
4. Go To Menu G43a14 / P43091 and setup a two step Route i.e. Trans and STK. Make Sure the Pay Flag = Y is at second step STK
5. Go to Menu G43a14 / P43090 and Setup a item supplier relationship for a foreign i.e. supplier 3244 CAD / USD and item just created 92320 B/P 30.
6. Using P4310 create a foreign cost PO i.e. CAD to USD for Suplier 3244 item 92320 Qty of 300.
7. Using a Version of P4312 with the Receipt Routing processing in the Process Tab = 1. Receive a Qty of 300 and ensure the PO / Item goes into receipt routing per the warning message.
8. Go to P43214 and inquire on the PO using the Order Number. Make Sure the Closed Line Select Box is checked then click find.
9. Highlight / check the PO line then Row Exit to Detail Information.
10. Uncheck the Foreign Check Box and Notice the In Routing Amount Field MATH06 is correctly calculated / populated using the item UOM Conversion. Now select the Foreign Check Box and Notice the In Routing Amount Field MATH06 is incorrectly calculated / populated its ignoring the Item UOM Conversion.
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