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E1: 49: Option To Display Quantity In Transaction UOM In P49660 - Disposition Loads (Doc ID 2851732.1)

Last updated on MARCH 29, 2022

Applies to:

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


When processing Delivery Confirm (P49650) for an In-transit Load and entering a quantity less than what was Ship confirmed then the Delivery confirm screen (P49650) displays quantities in the transaction UOM (entered on the sales order), however the Disposition screen (P49660) displays quantities in the primary UOM. This is confusing to the user because it is not possible to validate the quantity used in Delivery Confirm is the same quantity being dispositioned.
It is a regular occurrence for customers that quantities delivered don't match what was originally shipped due to inventory being damaged in transit or changes in demand. That is one of the reason In-transit loads are used so inventory can be dispositioned. The warehouse personal processing the ship and delivery confirm may not have any information on what item may have what UOM conversion. Orders are placed in Cases or Palettes and that is what the warehouse personal is processing.

Steps to Duplicate:
1) Set up item with UOM conversion, e.g. 1 CA = 10 EA
2) Enter Transportation sales order for 2 CA
3) P4960 Create In-transit load and add shipment to load and Approve and Confirm Load
4) P49650, W49650A - Confirm Delivery take Row exit to Confirm Shipment
5) P49650, W49650B - Quantity defaults in transaction UOM used on sales order (CA)
6) P49650, W49650B Change quantity to less than what was shipped (1 CA)
7) P49660, W49660A - Disposition Load form is displayed and now quantity shows in primary UOM (EA)

The requirement would be for an option that allows to display the Quantities/UOM in P49660 - Disposition in the transaction UOM, just like Delivery confirm (P49650) does.


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