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E1: 32: Requesting for Sales Order Entry (P4210) To Offer an Option To Choose if the Item Description (DSC1) For a Configured Component Should Come From F4101D.DSC1 (Item Master - Alternative Description) or F3293.DSC1 (Assembly Inclusions Rules) (Doc ID 2814850.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 15, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Currently, for a component configured item in a multi level scenario, in P4210 Sales Order Entry, item description (DSC1) is shown as per the F3293.DSC1 (Assembly Inclusion Rules), as per Doc ID 626084.1. This is irrespective of the language set in user profile or customer settings (as set in Address Book details P01012).
In 9.1 this used to be populated from F4101D.DSC1 (Item Master Alternate Description), based on the language preference set for the customer (as set in Address Book details P01012).

Since after 9.2 this functionality has changed, it is having a big impact on customer business processes for sales operations of configured items.

The request is for P4210 to offer an option to choose if the item description (DSC1) for a configured component should come from F4101D.DSC1 or F3293.DSC1.
The specific language (coming from the user or customer) should be decided with a different PO when Enhancement Bug 25463713 will be implemented.

Additional clarification: if the configured child item is added directly in P4210, the item description is coming from F4101D.DSC1 (based on the customer language) as it is working with any regular item (not configured).
Again, if the same configured child item is added in F4211 from the P rules of a configured parent, the F3293.DSC1 is used (no language option here).
This is inconsistent and creates confusion among the users.

Cause

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