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E1: 45: Order Repricing (R42750) Should Not Take Into Account Backorder Quantity (Doc ID 2811560.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 01, 2021

Applies to:

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


Order Repricing(R42750) is taking into account the back order quantity.

Order level adjustment is used so that a new line will be added to sales order to drop ship charges by calculating 5% of net unit price for all shippable lines.
But the system is considering back order qty. as well to add the total pricing of order repricing.

The report should not consider the back order lines for repricing as those are not shippable.


  1. Create a Sales Order
  2. Order went into back order as enough qty. not available
  3. Extended price is zero as line is in back order
  4. Now go to Form exit and do repricing to add ship charges which is defined at order level
  5. Ship charges get calculated 5% of net amount despite the order line is in back order

Desired features is to exclude back order qty. from pricing calculation




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