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E1: 37: Mutliple Applications Show No Error for Skipped Mandatory Test Results for a Test Profile Created With a Blank Branch Mandatory Test (Doc ID 2810217.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 27, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

For a mandatory test defined with blank branch in P3701 Test Definition, if in Quality Management Profile (P40318) a profile is defined for an item and that test, the following applications are not presenting the expected error ("Quality Test Results Required Warning" ID 019QM) when the test results are not filled in:

P4312 (Purchase Order Receipts)
P43250 (Receipt Routing Movement and Disposition)
P4205 (Shipment Confirmation)
P3119 (Completions Workbench)
P31123 (Super Backflush)

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

  1. In P3701 Test Definition, add a test and check Mandatory box. Be sure not to fill in a specific branch.
  2. In P40318 Quality Management Profile create an item only record with the above test.
  3. In P4310 Work With Order Headers add a new OP for the item.
  4. In P4312 PO Receipts, select the OP and fill in the quantity, do re actual receipt. Notice no error message was issued because the test results were not entered and the record was saved.

the same situation is with this list of applications:

P4312 (Purchase Order Receipts)
P43250 (Receipt Routing Movement and Disposition)
P4205 (Shipment Confirmation)
P3119 (Completions Workbench)
P31123 (Super Backflush)

Note: if the test definition is set for a specific branch, then used in a quality profile, the system will work correctly (error ID 019QM will be presented if the quality tests results were not entered via the row exit menu to P3711 Test Results).

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Cause

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