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E1: 42: Repost Active Sales Orders (R42995) Updates Open Order Amount (APRC) in the Customer Master (F03012) with Bypass Recommitting Future Orders Processing Option (Doc ID 2754659.1)

Last updated on JULY 20, 2022

Applies to:

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


When Sales Order Repost (R42995) is set to Bypass Recommitting Future Orders, the system may update the Open Order Amount in the Customer Master (F03012) incorrectly. It appears that the system validates a future committed Sales Order's Requested Date with the Specific Commitment (Days) value in the Branch/Plant Constants (F41001). With the Bypass Future Order processing option setting, the Order Amount (OTOT in F4201) is not changed, however the system will still change the Customer Master's Open Order Amount (APRC).

1. Create a new customer in the Address Book (P01012) and Customer Master (P03013).
2. Set the Branch/Plant Constants (P41001) with Specific Commitment (Days) = 3.
3. Create two Sales Order for the customer: one for the system date as the Requested Date and another for Requested Date beyond three days.
4. Inquire on the customer in Credit Check (P42050). Notice that the Open Order Amount (APRC) does not consider the future order.
5. In the Branch/Plant Constants (P41001) change the Specific Commitment (Days) to a value that would no longer make the second Sales Order in the future.
6. Create a version of Repost Active Sales Orders (R42995) with Bypass Recommitting Future Order = 1
7. Run the R42995 over the Sales Orders.
8. Inquire on the Sales Order Detail (F4211) for the second order. Notice that the amount is still on the Future Quantity Committed field.
9. Re-inquire on the customer in Credit Check (P42050); notice that the system included the future order in the Open Order Amount.




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