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E1: 31: R31410 WO Processing Is Blanking Out Order Type (DCTO) From F3102 Production Cost For Multi-Level Configurator WO (Doc ID 2792680.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 19, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

For a multi level configured item parent and child scenario, when running R31410 WO Processing in two phase (first to attache the part list and second just to print), notice in F3102 Production Cost that Order Type (DCTO) is cleared for the A1 cost type lines (after the second run of R31410).

This may cause further issues for sales update incorrect duplicate COGS and FGs entries for configured Sales Order.

The issue can be reproduces with the following steps:

  1. Have 1 parent and one sub assembly item as configured items. Set all the necessary to include the sub on the P rule of the parent.
  2. Create a new W line type SO in P4210. Get the WO DOCO for the top parent and component CFG items.
  3. Set one R31410 version to attach the routing and PL only (no print). Add both WOs to the data sel and add a data sequencing based on the DOCO and ordered descending. Run it.
    In databrowser, check table F3102 for both WOs and save an excel export. Set one R31410 version to attach nothing and just do the print (tabs Printing 1 and Printing 2). Add both WOs to the data sel and add a data sequencing based on the DOCO and ordered descending. Run it.
    In databrowser, check table F3102 for both WOs and save an excel export. Notice that DCTO is cleared for the A1 cost type. This may cause further issues for sales update incorrect duplicate COGS and FGs entries for configured Sales Order.

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Cause

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