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E1: 49: Multi Shipment Load-freight Rates Applied with Freight Allocation ON Fail to Calculate when Freight Update Does Not process all Shipments (Doc ID 2831287.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 03, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms


When a load has multiple shipments and the freight rates are applied at the load level and freight update calculates charges using freight allocations there is an issue if one of the shipments fails in freight update (R4981).
When one of the shipments fails to update but the other shipments are processed the end of day processing continues and the sales order lines for the "successful" shipments are processed through sales update and purged to Sales order history (F42119).
When the issue for the shipment that failed in Freight update is resolved and freight update run for this shipment the sales order lines are required in F4211 to enable the freight allocations to be calculated for all sales order lines of the entire load. The problems is the R4981 does not use F42199, it only uses F4211, and so the freight update fails as the sales line item data is not available.


Steps to Duplicate:
1. Set up freight rate definition toi calculate charges using freight allocations
2. Enter multiple transportation sales order and add shipments to load
3. process shipments through Freight Update making sure that one shipment fails to get processed by R4981
4. process the sales order lines of the successfully processed shipments through sales update R42800 and purge lines to history
5. resolve issue with shipments which did not yet go through freight update and run R4981

Cause

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