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E1: 46L: P46L10 (License Plate Workbench) not Displaying the Partial License Plate (PARTLPN) Flag if Quantity on LPN is not Full Quantity Based on UOM Conversion (Doc ID 2786103.1)

Last updated on JUNE 28, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

 The current design of updating the partial license plate flag in the F46L10 is based on the following criteria:

-A license plate that is a mixed item license plate, a mixed lot license plate
and/or a changed quantity license plate.

-A license plate that has one or more child license plates that are mixed
item, mixed lot, and/or a changed quantity license plate.

-A license plate with an empty child license plate is a partial license plate.

The customer expects that any license plate that contains a quantity less than the full quantity based on the unit of measure conversion and F46011 records would be considered a partial quantity. For example, if we have an item setup with the following units of measure in the F46011 (PL, CA, EA) and we only assign the license plate at the PL level. The unit of measure conversion is the following:

1 PL = 10 CA
1 CA = 20 EA (200 total EA on the PL)

If an inventory adjustment is created for a quantity of 160 EA, a new LP will be assigned for these items, but the partial LP flag will not be updated in the F46L10. The new LP can be created in various ways and each method would have to be coded in order to ensure the partial LP flag is updated when the total quantity on the LP does not match the full pallet or unit of measure defined for the LPN.

Changes

 

Cause

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