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E1: 46L: Inventory Issue (P4112) Application Allows Quantity to issue From Parent License Plate and Associates This with Negative Quantity in the License Plate Workbench (P46L10) (Doc ID 2873535.1)

Last updated on MAY 31, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

The Inventory Issue (P4112) application allows quantity to issue qty from Parent License Plate and associates this with negative quantity in License Plate Workbench (P46L10).

Steps to replicate:

  1. Use an item from a LP branch (P4101/P41026).
  2. Set Unit of Measure Conversions (P41002) for this item, as follows: 1 CA = 6 EA and 1 PL = 2 CA.
  3. Set Item Profile Revision (P46010) for this item.
  4. Set U/M Definition by Item (P46011) with LP activated only for CA and PL.
  5. Use a Fixed Location for Picking (P46020).
  6. Add this fixed location to the item in (P46012) for Picking.
  7. Set Movement instructions (P46095) for Picking.
  8. Add 12 EA with lot for this item in this fixed location using Inventory Adjustment (P4114). Check License Plate Workbench (P46L10) and notice that a Parent LP and 2 Children LPs were created.
  9. Set processing option for Inventory Adjustment (P4112) to disallow negative quantity available.
  10. Using (P4112), issue Qty = 7 EA, select the location and click tab down. The system displays correctly the error "Insufficient Loose Item Quantity".
  11. Enter the Parent license plate in License Plate Number from Inventory issue transaction and save.

The result is that the Parent license plate is associated with a negative quantity in License Plate Workbench (P46L10).

Cause

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