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E1: 42: Unavailable Quantity not Canceled on Transfer ( ST/OT) Order (P4210/P42101) for Use up Item (Doc ID 2836238.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 26, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When entering a transfer (ST/OT) for an item with Stocking Type U (Use up) and where the order quantity is greater than the available quantity, the system will show an 'Item is Obsolete' warning, however the unavailable quantity will not be canceled. This works correctly on a normal Sales Order.

Steps to Duplicate
1. Create an Item (P4101) with Stocking Type = U and add it to two branches in the Item Branch (P41026). Make sure that the Check Availability field is selected.
2. Adjust 10 EA (P4114) for the item in the ST branch.
3. In the Transfers version of the P4210, inquire on the processing options, Commitment tab. Set the first option to 1 = Activate, notify, and backorder or cancel.
4. Enter an ST/OT Order for the use up item with an order quantity greater than the available quantity (e.g., 20); tab down and notice the system displays the following warning errors:

Order Quantity Exceeds what's Available
Error ID 030B

Warning - Item is Obsolete
Error ID 013M
 
5. Save the Transfer Order and re-inquire on the ST Order; notice that the system creates the record with a Quantity Shipped for the full Quantity Ordered and with no Quantity Canceled.
6. Test the issue on a regular SO Sales Order; notice that the system updates the Quantity Shipped with the available quantity and the remaining quantity is updated in the Quantity Canceled field.

Changes

 

Cause

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