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E1: 31B: Create/Edit Operation Detail for a QA Operation - P31B87 on Bill Of Lading Deletes Business-Critical After Lot Attributes (EUR, Composition, Owner) (Doc ID 2835907.1)

Last updated on MAY 26, 2022

Applies to:

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


During inter-winery shipments, the users are experiencing that Blend Management does not populate business-critical lot attributes in the After Lot when a QA operation is performed on the Bill of Lading (BOL). The QA operations are necessary for compliance purposes to validate that inter-winery shipments are being executed correctly from a quality perspective.

For example, the QA operation on a BOL are incorrectly deleting the following lot attributes in the After Lot:
• After EUR
• After Composition
• After Owner

In addition, the After EUR, Composition, and Owner are also missing on the proceeding Operations.


  1. Populate the Configured Operation field with a code that raises an Inter‐Winery Shipment “TRANS” is a valid Configured Operation Code - P31B87 Create Operation
  2. Populate the From Vessel using a valid Tank Number in the sending winery, instruct the move quantity, populate the Receiving Winery field with the receiving winery branch/plant, and click “Calculate Move”.
  3. Now, view and verify the BOL record and select “View Lot Detail” from the Actions menu (EUR, Composition, and Owner)
  4. Next, create a Configured Operation field with a code that raises a QA operation against a BOL (in my test, “QGENBOL” is a valid Configured
  5. Populate the BOL Vessel Number, add a QA test result, and then click “Save and Return to Header”.
  6. Re-Inquire on the QA Operation.
  7. Click on “Instruct Lot Attributes” to view the Before Lot and the After Lot.
  8. Notice that the After EUR, Composition, and Owner record all deleted/cleared




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