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E1: 34: Master Planning Schedule - Multiple Plant (R3483) For Process Manufacturing Orders Creates Duplicated Number of Messages for the Process and Ingredient, When Setting PO Clear F3411/F3412/F3413 Tables = 1 (Clear) (Doc ID 2863098.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 08, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Master Planning Schedule - Multiple Plant (R3483) for process manufacturing orders creates duplicated number of messages for the process and ingredient, when setting PO Clear F3411/F3412/F3413 tables = 1 (clear)


  1. Create a process item (stocking type R) using P4101 and P41026.
  2. Create a co product item (stocking type M) using P4101 and P41026.
  3. Create an ingredient item (stocking type P) using P4101 and P41026.
  4. Add an work center for the process manufacturing (P3006).
  5. Add a process (P3003). Set the above workcenter, co-product and ingredient for the process item.
  6. Add a WO for the process item (P48013).
  7. Add a parts list for the WO using Copy BOM function.
  8. Set R3483 processing option. Set 1 (process) to Process Planning in 8-Mfg Mode tab.
    Set 1 (clear) to Clear F3411/F3412/F3413 Tables option in 7-Performance tab. This condition is mandatory to duplicate the issue. Populate a specific Branch for which to clear the tables.
    Note: if the Branch option is blank (clear all branches), the issue does not reproduce.
  9. Run R3483
  10. Check MRP messages (P3411). All messages created by MRP are doubled in number.
  11. Check Time Series (P3413). Inquire the ingredient item. It is correct.
  12. Check Supply / Demand Inquiry (P4021). Inquire the ingredient item. The messages are duplicated and quantity available becomes a wrong value.



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