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E1: 34: Warning Message; Requested Date Is Not A Work Day (error ID 1921) Stops Releasing Order Message By P3411 or R3411 (Doc ID 2847727.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 08, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Request/Start date of MRP Order message (message type O, order type OT) entered manually are non-working day in shop floor calendar. When
releasing it using P3411, warning message; Requested Date is Not a Work Day (error ID 1921) occurs. Although it is warning instead of error, releasing
message process gets stopped. And transfer order OT isn’t created.


This issue happens only when stocking type of item is M(manufactured item) instead of P(purchased item).

Steps:

1.Create an item in 2 different branch/plans. Their stocking type are M.
2.Check shop floor calendar (P00071). October 30 and 31 are E (weekend) which are non-working days.
3.P3411 processing option. In Versions tab, set ZJDE0007 (transfer order version) in 8. Transfer Order Entry (P4210)
4.Add an O message for order type OT (transfer order) using P3411 manually. Its request date is October 31 and start date is October 30. Click OK twice. Then the message is added.
5.Inquire the O message and click Process Message(s) exit to Row (P3411).
6.Warning; Requested Date is Not a Work Day (error ID 1921) occurs. Click Process Message(s) a few time. But the process doesn’t move forward and the O message isn’t released. This is the issue. As Requested Date is Not a Work Day (error ID 1921) is a warning instead of error, the release process should be executed and OT order should be created.
7.In case of R3411, no error is invoked in Work Center. But O message isn't released and OT order isn't created.

Cause

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