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E1: 31B: Speed Operation Update - P31B96 is Corrupting / Overwriting the From Before Blend Lot (Alias: WFB4LOTN) in the Operation - Vessel to Vessel Detail table - F31B71 (Doc ID 2786627.1)

Last updated on JUNE 28, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

P31B96 Speed Operation Update is corrupting (overwriting) the From Before Lot WFB4LOTN in F31B71 Operation - Vessel to Vessel Detail.

The issue can be reproduced with the following steps:

  1. In P31B94 Operation Search create 4 bottling operation (BOTT) from the same FROM vessel (1000 LT each operation). In each case, in the bottom part, fill in the actual quantities (in the calculate move area). Also press on [Edit Bottling Vessel Details]. P31B96 opens, here enter the Quantity Produced (as 1000 LT also). Save and close.
  2. Back in P31B94, select the 4 operations and take the Action: Speed Actuals, press on [>>] (middle of the page). P31B67 Speed Actuals Update opens. Select all the 4 operations, fill in Status = ACTUAL and press on [Save and Close].
  3. In databrowser, collect the info of the 4 activities in F31B71 Operation - Vessel to Vessel Detail. Notice the From Before Lot WFB4LOTN (especially for the first and last operation - they are all different).
  4. Back in P31B94, select the 4 operations and take the Action: Speed Operation Update, press on [>>] (middle of the page). P31B96 Speed Operation Update opens. Select all the 4 operations, fill in Status = CLOSED and press on [Save and Close].
  5. In databrowser, collect the info of the 4 activities in F31B71 Operation - Vessel to Vessel Detail. Notice the From Before Lot WFB4LOTN for the first operation is now the same (overwritten) with the one of the last operation.

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Cause

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