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E1: 37: Receipt Routing Movement and Disposition (P43250) Ignores Display Criteria Sequence Number for a Mandatory Test and Results in Incorrect Quality Test Results Required (019QM) Error (Doc ID 2877718.1)

Last updated on JUNE 20, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Upon attempting to move in Receipt Routing Movement and Disposition (P43250) where a Quality Management setup exists for Purchasing Receipt Routing but a different Sequence Number in the Display Criteria (P40318), the system will incorrectly display the following error:

Quality Test Results Required
Error ID 019QM

Steps
1. Create an item (P4101/P41026).
2. In Receipt Routing Definition (P43091), find a Route Code that has multiple Operation Sequences.
3. In Supplier/Item Information (P43090), create a record for a Supplier, the Item, and the Route Code.
4. Create a Quality Management Test (P3701) with the Mandatory Test field selected.
5. Create a Quality Preference (P40318) for the Item with the mandatory Test.
6. In the Display Criteria row exit, deselect all options except for Purchase Receipt Routing. In the Sequence field, enter the last Operation Sequence Number from the setup in step 2.
7. Create a Purchase Order (P4310) for the Supplier and Item used in the Supplier/Item Information.
8. Receive the Purchase Order (P4312) where the processing options are set to activate the Standard Receipt Routing.
9. After receiving, inquire on the Purchase Order in Movement & Disposition (P43250); select the line and take the row exit to Select Qty To Move, then click on the OK button. Notice that the system displays the following error even though the Operation Code is not used in the Display Criteria:

Quality Test Results Required
Error ID 019QM

Changes

 

Cause

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