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E1: 46L: License Plate Workbench (P46L10) Transfers License Plate to Blank Location When Data is Passed Through Form Interconnect (Doc ID 2794025.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 21, 2021

Applies to:

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


Customer is using a graphical user interface in conjunction with License Plate workbench (P46L10) to quickly move inventory and license plates from reserve to hold locations in a storage/picking rack. When form W46L10E - License Plate Workbench - Confirm Transfer is called from the custom code and when passing in the FROM/TO Branch Plant and Location through the standard Form interconnects, then the To location is not formatted and the License Plate is transferred to the blank location rather than the location entered.
The problem is the W46L10E Post Dialog is Initialized event only contains one call to BSFN FormatLocation to format the From location. The call to BSFN FormatLocation for the TO location has been placed in the Control Exited/Changed Inline event, however when the To location is passed in through the form interconnect (FC To Location = FI szToLocation) and even when the user tabs through the fields on the form then the Control Exited/Changed Inline event is not triggered and therefore the To location is not formatted.

Steps to duplicate:

  1. Set up a custom application that calls W46L10E and passes the LPN, FROM/TO Branch Plant and Location to the standard Form interconnects.
  2. Note that From and To Branch and From and To location are populated on the form however the To location is not formatted.
  3. Confirm the transfer and note that License plate has been transferred to blank location.




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