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E1: 31: R31410 Should Not Attach Partial Parts List Skipping Held Work Center Location (Doc ID 2794786.1)

Last updated on APRIL 01, 2022

Applies to:

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


Work Order Parts List attached by R31410 are incomplete for work center location commitment processing, where some work center locations cannot be committed, due to location hold codes. These items are skipped and not processed by R31410, meaning that they are missing from the attached parts list. The parts list is incomplete.

1. Create branch plant secondary locations in a branch plant with manufacturing constants set to commit to work center locations, not per commitment processing.
2. Create work center records with branch location defined as work center location.
3. Create Parent production manufactured item and define purchased component items.
4. Create blank or named primary location for each item. For component items define item location records for the work center secondary locations.
5. Define Parent Bill of Material and assign each component to a consuming routing operation step, such as Operation 10, 20 or 30.
6. Define the work center at OP 10 and 20 and 30 as work center with named secondary (commitment) location.
7. For each component on the P3002 BOM, vary the qty on hand at work center location as zero qty, qty short of requirement, and qty in excess of requirement.
8. Create a parent item work order and process using R31410 to hard commit parts list components. Verify that all components attached, as no locations were held, and WO status moved as expected. Delete the part list and place one or more item locations on hold. Revert the WO status to starting (10) status.
9. Process using R31410 to hard commit parts list components. Verify that not all components attached, but WO status is moved, as if no processing fault.  The work order status should not have moved.


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