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E1: 42: Negative Sign is Changing to Positive and Vice Versa While Creating a Credit Order for a Kit Item and Line Type D (Doc ID 2731371.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 01, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

The negative sign is changing to positive and vice versa in the <Quantity Ordered> and <Secondary Qty> fields when the <Secondary Qty> value is deleted.

Steps to replicate:

  1. Set a line type (P40205) with Inventory interface = D and Reverse Sign checked.
  2. Create a copied version from P4210 ZJDE0002 for credit order CO and set the line type already created.
  3. Set P42101 to call the P4210 version above.
  4. Enter a sales order using P42101 for a kit item . The sign is negative in the <Quantity Ordered> and <Secondary Qty> fields.
  5. Delete the negative value from the <Secondary Qty> field and go down to the next row. The negative sign is changed to positive in both fields: <Quantity Ordered> and <Secondary Qty>.
  6. Delete again the positive value from the <Secondary Qty> field and go down to the next row. The positive sign is changed to negative in both fields: <Quantity Ordered> and <Secondary Qty>.

The sign of the <Quantity Ordered> and <Secondary Qty> values has not to be changed if the <Secondary Qty> is deleted.

 

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Cause

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