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E1: 43: Extended Field Warning When Copying A Record In Purchase Order Detail (P4310) (Doc ID 2857683.1)

Last updated on APRIL 26, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When attempting to Copy a Purchase Order that had the User Reserved Number (F4301.URAB) added to the Purchase Orders - Order Detail Screen (P4310 Form W4310A) as a Form Extension, a popup window appears with the following warning message.

"EXTENDED FIELD WARNING"
" Extended fields will not be saved as the primary keys are not available in Add Mode. Try the application/form in Update mode."

Oracle support reproduced the issue in our test environment with the following steps

  1. Start PO Entry (P4310) and Find an Existing Purchase Order
  2. Copy the Purchase Order
  3. On the Order Detail screen click on the Form Personalization Button
    1. Order Detail opens with header fields selected.
    2. On Form Extension Manager, check Add Mode and Update Mode.
    3. Select User Reserved Number (URAB) Field and drag it to the desired location on the Order Detail form. 
    4. Click the Save button on Form Extension Manager followed by the Close Button.
  4. Populate the User Reserved Number on the header section of the Order Detail Form, edit the line and click the green checkmark to create the new purchase order.
  5. Extended Field Warning Appears
  6. Check the order header of the copied order.
  7. The Order Header User Reserved Number (F4301.URAB) Field is blank.
  8. The User Reserved Number on the Original order was not copied to the New Order.

Cause

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