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E1: 76B: P43060 Purchase Order Generation From Requisition Not Correctly Retrieving- Populates the Regional Information Data - F76432 records (Doc ID 2746595.1)

Last updated on MARCH 02, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When release generate a purchase order running Work With Order Release (P43060) application in environment with Brazilian Localization active, user profile has Country Code set to value "BR"; system creates new purchase order however, Purchase Order Detail Tag File - Brazil has incorrectly populated Tran. Nature - (Alias=BNOP), Tran. Nat. Suffix (Alias=BSOP) and ICMs TAx ST (Alias=BIST) fields which have to be copied from original requisition order. Also, Work Stn ID (Alias=JOBN), Date Updated (Alias=UPMJ) and Time of Day (Alias=TDAY) are not populated and should be.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
NOTE: Make sure user profile is set with Brazilian Localization Active (Country Code set to value "BR")
1. P4310 (version ORB) - Create a line requisition order
2. DATABROWSER - Inquire on F76432 Table for requisition order just created. See that, everything looks just fine.
3. P43060 (version ORB) - Release/ Generate a purchase order from requisition
4. See the new Purchase Order just created
5. DATABROWSER - Inquire on F76432 Table for purchase order just created. See that, Purchase Order Detail Tag File - Brazil incorrectly populated Tran. Nature - (Alias=BNOP), Tran. Nat. Suffix (Alias=BSOP) and ICMs Tax ST (Alias=BIST) fields which have to be copied from original requisition order.
Also, Work Stn ID (Alias=JOBN), Date Updated (Alias=UPMJ) and Time of Day (Alias=TDAY) are not populated and should be.

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Cause

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