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E1: 46L: License Plate Functionality Enhanced to Increase Picking Efficiency with Ability to Allow Commitment Swap Within a Specific Date Range and Configure the System to Allow Commitment Swap Between Locations (Doc ID 2861539.1)

Last updated on MAY 01, 2024

Applies to:

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


Customers have the ability to perform commitment swap for license plates. Currently, to perform license plate commitment swap, the following conditions must be met:

Some lot-controlled manufacturing processes consist of a mixture of process and batch where the product lot number may change as often as every 2 hours. Although expiration dates for products remain the same, multiple lot numbers are created daily.
For example, a customer has long rows of pallets with product stacked up to four pallets high. Access to the row is from a single-entry point.  Due to physical space constraints within the warehouse, same items with different expiration dates must be stored in the same row.  Customer processes allow them to use a range of expiration dates (within a week - or 10 days) to swap out committed inventory.  So that rather than pulling out multiple pallets from a row that is only accessible from one end, the customer can swap:

Customers need the ability to expand upon existing license plate functionality to allow for an expiration date range instead of the same expiration date. Customers also need the ability to swap less than a full License Plate Number (LPN). When quantity on a sales order is less than a full LPN, customers need to be able to pick from a different LPN and swap the commitments.




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