E1: 47: EDI Inbound Purchase Order Edit/Create (R47011) Does Not Create Free Good Line if EDI Original Line Number (F47012.OGNO) is Populated
(Doc ID 2862564.1)
Last updated on DECEMBER 05, 2022
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Entry - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When the Original Line Number is populated in the EDI Inbound Invoice Detail (F47012.OGNO) for an order with a Free Good Adjustment, EDI Inbound Purchase Order Edit/Create (R47011) does not apply the Free Good Adjustment for that line.
The issue was reproduced by Oracle Support using demo data with the following steps:
- Create Price Adjustment Definition (P4071) for a Line Level adjustment FREE59.
- Check the Manual Add/Change checkbox.
- This will be the Free Good Adjustment.
- Add Free Good Adjustment to the Price Adjustment Schedule (P4070).
- Adjustment Schedule is populated in the Customer Master Billing Information (P03013) on Billing Page 1.
- Set Base Price (P4106) of 356.00 on Item (59220).
- Setup Free Good Adjustment Detail (P4072).
- Row Exit to Free Goods (P4073) add the Free Good Item in the Free Good Revisions Screen and save.
- Using the EDI Inbound Invoice (P47010) program enter an EDI header (F47011) and detail (F47012) record for the customer.
- On Detail line 1.000, populate Original Order Co = 00001, Original Order Number = EDI Doc Number, Orig Order Type = SZ, and Original Line Number = 1.000
- On Detail line 2.000, populate Original Order Co = 00001, Original Order Number = EDI Doc Number, Orig Order Type = SZ, and Original Line Number = Blank.
- On Header, populate Original Order Co = 00001, Original Order Number = EDI Doc Number, Orig Order Type = SZ
- Run EDI Inbound Purchase Order Edit/Create (R47011)
a. PDF shows Sales Order is created.
- Check Customer Service Inquiry (P4210)
- Line 1.000 was created from the EDI record
- Free good line was NOT added (this line had OGNO populated)
- Line 2.000 was created from the EDI record
- Line 2.010 Free good line was added.
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