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E1: 32: Mass-Update Configured Sales & Work Orders (Doc ID 2731498.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 24, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Currently, there is no option in Configurator to mass-update the configured work orders related to a single configured parent when a change occurs in any of its related assemble inclusion rules affecting the SO configurations.

Example:
Some businesses manage thousands of configured items in a single B/P, which sometimes require updates on their assembly inclusion rules that need to be rolled out further to all active / open sales order detail lines created via Configured Sales Order Entry - P4210 and their related (work) orders.

In older JDE Releases (prior to 9.0), if there were multiple sales orders raised for the same configured parent, the system generated multiple Work Orders against the top parent configured items and their configured children. If it was necessary to change e.g. the P AIR of the top parent item, it was possible to run Work Order Processing - R31410 to mass-update all work order parts lists related to the P AIR change done in Assembly Inclusion Rules - P3293 instead of updating each work order, one by one.

After changing the configurator engine in JDE Release 9.0 onward, the P AIR change affecting multiple opened SOs / WOs must be rolled out individually, by re-configuring the original (sales) orders through Configured Item Revisions - P3210, which updates the work order details in Configured Work Orders Entry - P4801.
This process must be followed by R31410 run, which updates e.g. the work order parts list and all configured tables (e.g. F3215) correctly.

Changes

 

Cause

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