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E1: 31B: Weigh Tag Receipt Operations - P40G30 Fails to Populate F43121 - Purchase Order Receiver File and F4111 - Item Ledger (Doc ID 2873170.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 01, 2023

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

The Grower Harvest and Weigh Tag Receipt Operations (P40G30) fails to write to the F43121 Purchase Order Receiver File and F4111 Item Ledger when the contract harvest is priced at zero.

This is very problematic when:
• a grape purchase arises on or immediately before the harvest date, with no time to confirm a grape price in JDE (or a price is otherwise omitted), or
• a harvest is intentionally receipted at zero value if performing contract crushing for another winery, but is then converted to a conventional grape purchase at market value (requiring a reprice of the receipt).

The issue can be reproduced at will using the following steps:

  1. Create a new Contract Harvest using a grape item with zero cost and zero price – i.e.:
      a. F4105 Item Cost File for the grape item has zero amount(s) for active cost method(s) at the receiving branch/plant (winery);
      b. Contract Harvest has no Price Override;
      c. Contract Harvest has no Adjustment Schedule.
  2. Add, populate, and close a Weigh Tag operation against the Contract Harvest, receipting a quantity of grapes at zero cost/price (accepting warning that no pricing is applied).
  3. Review the F4105 and F43121 -> no records have been written.
  4. View the closed Weigh Tag operation and click “View Receipts” -> the message “No Receiver Records Found” is displayed.
  5. Search for receipts in P40G300/P40G300/P40G310 -> no records are displayed.

Changes

 

Cause

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