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E1: 46L: R461602 (Replenishment to Random Location) Not Taking Into Account Hard Commitments Coming From Work Orders (WOs) (Doc ID 2869258.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 11, 2024

Applies to:

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


Work order commitments not used in R461602.

When running replenishment R461602 in a License Plate (LPN) environment with commitment check turned on, the sales order commitment is working well but the work order commitment is ignored.

Work order commitments should also be taken into account and generate replenishment requests when the qty is committed to work orders, just as it works for sales orders.


  1. Run test in License Plate Warehouse
  2. Check availability (P41202) for the item. No commitments and enough stock in the picking zone (location 01.H.01) so no replenishment is needed.
  3. Check replenishment rule (P46015).
  4. Basically when Zone is empty Replenish 100 EA.
  5. Run R461602 and no output as expected (since enough stock in zone)
  6. P4210 (Sales Order Entry) Create Sales Order and hard commit to 01.H.01 location.
  7. Rerun R461602 with Commitment processing option set to "1" (Subtract Outbound Commitments)
  8. Now replenishment request and suggestion are created as expected.
  9. Cancel suggestion, request and sales order.
  10. Add the item as hard commit on work order parts list (P48013 Work Order Entry)
  11. Run R461602
  12. No replenishment request is made which is incorrect.




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