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E1: 47: Need an Option to Split a Purchase Order Line on a Partial Inbound Advanced Ship Notice (Doc ID 2809051.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 23, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When the client runs Inbound EDI Shipping Notice Edit/Create (R47031) on two consecutive partial shipments of the same purchase order line, the second shipment ends with the following error in the work center.

Error: Status Invalid for this Order Type (0280).
Cause . . . . . This status is not set up in the Status Flow file or this status is not set up as an available next status for this order type.
Resolution. . . Check the Order Activity Rules in System Setup.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. Client Creates a New Purchase Order for 100 Units on line 1.000
  2. In Inbound EDI Shipping Detail Revisions (P47030) populate a partial quantity received of 30 for the order line of 100.
  3. Run Inbound EDI Shipping Notice Edit/Create (R47031) for the first partial shipment of 30
  4. Order Status is Advanced to 300/370 on Order Line 1.000.
    1. Purchase Order line is not split for the partial shipment.
    2. Although 30 have been shipped and 70 are not yet shipped there is no way to see that on line 1.000 of the purchase order.
  5. Try to run a second partial shipment for the remaining 70 units
    1. The Error: Status Invalid for this Order Type (0280) is sent to the Work Center
    2. This errors occurs because the purchase order line was not split for the partial shipment putting the shipped quantity on one line with the status updated and the open quantity on another line with the original status


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