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E1: 42: Delivery Date Advance Preference Incorrectly Resolved When Inter Branch Sales Order is Revised Using Sales Order Entry (P4210). (Doc ID 2808258.1)

Last updated on APRIL 04, 2022

Applies to:

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


The delivery date preference is resolved incorrectly , when existing interbranch sales order is revised using sales order entry (P4210).


  1. In P4092 Create Item Price Group for category code 9.
  2. In P4092 Create Customer Price Group for category code 11.
  3. In P03013 attach the customer price group and populate category code 11.
  4. In P41026 populate the item price group and category code 9 against branch plant M30.
  5. In P41026 – populated only the item price group and leave the category code 9 blank for branch plant 30.
  6. In P4071 – create advance preference for inventory commitment.
  7. In P4071 create advance preference for delivery date.
  8. In P4072 define the preference for all item and customer to commit from 30 Branch plant.
  9. In P4072 define the delivery date preference for item group and customer group with transit days of 10 days from 30 Branch plant.
  10. In P4070 attach both preference to an advance preference schedule.
  11. In P4210 processing option activate the inventory commitment preference and populate the advance preference schedule.
  12. In P4210 enter an order with header branch plant as M30. The inventory commitment preference is resolved as the detail branch plant is 30.
  13. The delivery date preference is not resolved since the category code 9 was blank for the item in Branch plant 30. Save the order.
  14. In P4210 inquire the above order and go to the detail revision. Clear the schedule pick date and promised.
  15. The delivery date preference is resolved even though the configuration is missing.




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