E1: 34: MRP/MPS Detail Message Revisions - P3411 does not Check if Any F4105 Sales/Inventory Unit Cost Record Exists During WO Header (F4801) Creation
(Doc ID 2731116.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 23, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version 9.1 and later
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When a work order header is created for the first time for a manufactured item not having F4105 standard unit cost defined, the system generates a warning message and the system creates a blank / zero F4105 record for 07 standard unit cost on the fly.
When using the same version of P48013 called from P3411 to process MRP messages for creating work order headers, the system is not able to create a blank / zero F4105 record for 07 standard unit cost on the fly, if one does not exist.
When the WO Headers are created from MRP messages without a zero standard unit cost, the users are encountering further AsOf issues.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
- P4101 / P41026 - Create a manufactured parent item (Stk Ty = M, Ln Ty = S)
- P4105 - Make sure the Unit Cost for 07 Standard Cost Method is not defined for Sales/Inventory Cost Method
- P3411 - Define the processing options and make sure P48013|ZJDE0001 version is called
- P3411 - Manually add an MRP O - order message to create a manufactured Work orders
- P3411 - Process the previous O message to create the WO Header
- P4105 - Notice that P48013 called from P3411 version did not create the blank 07 - standard Unit Cost
- P48013 - Create an WO Header interactively for the same manufactured parent item; during the WO creation, the system triggers the warning message "This item is setup for Standard Costing and there is no Frozen Cost record in the Item Cost Ledger (F4105). An F4105 has been automatically generated". Upon hitting OK button in the warning message screen, the system creates a blank F4105 record for 07 standard unit cost on the fly.
- F4105 - Notice that a zero Unit Cost record exists for 07 Standard Cost Method.
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