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E1: 40R: R47171 (Inbound Demand) Process Incorrectly Converts the Demand Quantity in P40R10 (Work with Demand Header) for EDI Lines When Quantity of One Container Definition(QOO) Flag Is Enabled (Doc ID 2882334.1)

Last updated on JULY 11, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Demand Scheduling Execution - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When "Quantity of One Container Definition" flag is enabled in Demand Rules (P40R20) and container is set in Standard Pack (P460131), Inbound Demand (R47171) process incorrectly converts the demand quantity in P40R10 Work with Demand Header for EDI lines.

Steps to replicate:

  1. Set an item in the Item master (P4101) and Item branch (P41026).
  2. Set a customer in the Address book (P01012) and Customer master (P03013).
  3. Set Demand Rules (P40R20) for this customer and enable the flag "Quantity of One Container Definition ".
  4. Set Standard Pack for item in P460131 as follow: Container Code = C1 and Standard Pack = 50.
  5. Set Demand Cross Reference (P40R21) for customer.
  6. Set Demand Workflow (P40R22) for customer.
  7. Set Item Cross Reference (P4104) for item and customer.      
  8. Use Inbound EDI Maintenance (P47171) and create EDI (F47171, F47172 and F47173) records. Create EDI Demand Schedule with 2 sublines for the same item and different Shipping date ( a subline with Qty = 2 and another with Qty = 1). Set UOM in the Demand Scheduler (P47172) application, tab Shipping.
  9. Run Inbound Demand UBE (R47171).
  10. Check P40R10 Work with Demand Header. Notice that the EDI line for Qty=1 was converted correctly to 50 EA but the EDI line with Qty=2 remained 2. As per the standard pack definition, it should create demands with 2*50 = 100 ea.

Inbound Demand (R47171) UBE should generate the EDI lines in P40R10 (Work with Demand Header) with correctly quantity, when "Quantity of One Container Definition" flag is enabled in Demand Rules (P40R20) and container is set in Standard Pack (P460131).



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