E1: 34: MRP/MPS Detail Message Processing - R3411 or MRP/MPS Detail Message Revisions - P3411 Clears Header Business Unit (Alias: EMCU) Field in Sales Order Detail File - F4211 for ST Related Order
(Doc ID 2740343.1)
Last updated on DECEMBER 28, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When cancelling an OT related order using either P3411 or R3411, both the ST and the OT orders are cancelled but the value in the field Header Business Unit (Alias: EMCU) is cleared in F4211 table for the ST order.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
- P4101 / P41026 - Create a purchased item and add it under 2 different B/Ps; OPC = 1 - Lot for Lot; Planning Code = 2 - Planned by MRP; Planning Fence Rule = Customer Demand
- P3403T - Setup branch relationship between supply and demand BP
- P4210 - Create demand in Demand B/P
- Databrowser - F4211 - Check the EMCU field and see it is populated correctly for the SO demand
- BV: R3483 - Data select the 2 supplying and demand B/Ps and the purchased component
- P3411 - Check the MRP messages:
in supply B/P, there is an O - Order message to create a purchase order;
in demand B/P, there is an O - Order message to create an OT order from the supplying B/P to demand B/P
- P3411 - Process the MRP messages
- P4021 - Check the supply and demand orders
- Databrowser - F4211 - Check the EMCU field and see it is populated correctly for new ST order generated after processing the (OT) order message
- P4210 - Cancel the SO demand in Demand B/P
- BV: R3483 - Re-run MRP using the same processing options and data selection as in step 5
- P3411 - Check the MRP messages and notice the correct cancel messages for the existing OP and ST/OT orders.
- R3411 or P3411 - Process the cancel messages
- Databrowser - F4211 - Check the EMCU field and see it's still populated for the SO demand. However, the ST order the field Header Business Unit (Alias: EMCU) blanked out.
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