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E1: 49: New Shipment Created if UOM Changed During PO Receipts (P4312) (Doc ID 2816215.1)

Last updated on APRIL 11, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When changing the unit of measure during PO Receipts (P4312), the original line on the purchase order is closed and a new line is created for the new unit of measure entered. This new line is closed as well for a full receipt. The issue is that if a shipment was assigned to the purchase order, a new shipment number is assigned to the new line created. The shipment status on the new line is 10, but the shipment cannot be processed through the transportation module, as the line on the order is fully received (next status 999). This leaves an orphaned shipment associated with the purchase order that cannot be processed. The line number written to the F43121 is the original line (ex: 1.000) and the original shipment associated with that line is cancelled (status 99).

STEPS
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1. Setup an item with a unit of measure conversion of 1 CA = 10 EA (along with weight and volume for transportation)
2. Enter a purchase order that will create a shipment (O4 document type and S line type) for 1 CA.
3. Approve the shipment in the P4915.
4. Confirm the shipment using the P49645. When the P4312 is called, change the unit of measure on the receipt from 1 CA to 10 EA.
5. Review the purchase order detail. The original line 1.000 was closed. The shipment associated with this line is now cancelled.
6. A new line is created on the purchase order for the EA unit of measure. This new line has a new shipment added to the line that is at a pending (10) status. No further action can be taken on this order line.

 

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Cause

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