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E1: 43: P43250 Receipt Routing Disposition Line Journal Entry Always Created with Third Item Number (Doc ID 2861293.1)

Last updated on APRIL 08, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When a receipt routing quantity is dispositioned, the payable journal entry written to the F0911 uses the third Item Number for the remarks field in a branch with constants set to write journals using Primary (second) item number. The receipt to stock journal entry is written as per the constants, as expected. This is inconsistent.


  1. P4101 - Create P stock Type item with unique second and third item number.
  2. G41412/Branch Constants - Locate or change Branch to set General Ledger Explanation to 2, Primary Item Number. Set Primary (blank) item number to Second Item Number.
  3. P41026 Add P Stock Item to Branch as set in constants.
  4. P4310 - Add Stock Purchase order for item, multiple quantities.
  5. P43090A - Setup Supplier Item for Receipt routing, two or more steps.
  6. P4312- Receive full or partial quantity into receipt routing.
  7. P43250 - In Movement and Disposition, Select Row Disposition.
  8. P43253 - Disposition quantities as Return and Replace. Optionally, can also enter Rework, Scrap, Rejected, and Adjusted quantities, varying quantity in each bucket.
  9. P43250 - Enter quantity Receipt to Stock.
  10. Review F0911 Journal Entries from the P43250 Receipt Journals. Receipt to stock uses the branch constants, assigning the primary (second) item number to the journal entry Remark Field. Each Disposition journal entry uses the third item number, independent of the constants setup. This is inconsistent.


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