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E1: 43: Releasing Purchase Orders Against a Blanket Order and Canceling a Released Line Calculates Open Quantity (UOPN) in the Blanket Order Back to the Original Ordered Quantity (Doc ID 2871408.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2024

Applies to:

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


When purchase orders (POs) are released against a Blanket Order and a purchase order line is canceled, the Open Quantity (UOPN) for the Blanket Order reverts back to the entire Quantity Ordered ignoring that other purchase orders have been released.


1. Create a new Blanket Order for the quantity of 1,000. (P4311 version ZJDE0006).
2. Perform two purchase order releases (P43011) generating different purchase order numbers.
     2a. Release the first Purchase Order for the quantity of 500.
     2b. Release the second purchase order for quantity of 100.
3. Run a databrowser over the Blanket Order Number in the F4311. The Open Quantity (UOPN) for the OB is reduced by both released purchase orders and displays as quantity 400.
4. Go back to the P4310 and display the first purchase order released.
5. Select 'Cancel Line' using Row exit for the first purchase order released (quantity of 500). The blanket order should now contain the Open Quantity of 900.
6. Inquire on the Blanket Order (P4310) and the open quantity is adjusted back to full original quantity of 1,000. Ignoring that one other purchase order has been released.





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