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E1: 42: Pick Slip Print (R42520) Hard Commits Records Marked Inactive in "Shipping Location Preference" Type 22 (P40320) (Doc ID 2895359.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 13, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Entry - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Pick Slip Print (R42520) is hard committing inventory for a German sales order to the Status = 2 (Inactive) UK location setup in the "Shipping Location Preference" Type 22 (P40320) instead of backordering to the designated German shipping location (Active Status =1).

Steps to Duplicate:

Branch 70 is used to Supply Inventory for all European Locations. Currently Item Availability for Item 40322 in Branch 70 is as follows:

In Location Profiles Revisions (P46020), go into HUDIG1 and check the checkbox as a staging location. Save the location.

In Location Profiles Revisions (P46020), go into HUDIG2 and check the checkbox as a staging location. Save the location.

In the Inventory Commitment (06) Preference (P40306), setup records with Status = 1 (Active) for all German customer orders for that item to are directed to Branch 70 (UK) branch plant only.

In the Shipping Locations (22) Preference (P40322), setup two records for the German Customer’s orders for that item as follows:

Setup a Sales Order Entry (P4210) version for GERMANY with the following settings on the Preferences Tab:

Using the SO Entry (P4210) Version for Germany, create a sales order for the German Customer and a Quantity of 2 for the Item.

Now run Pick Slip Print (R42520) with the Hard Commit processing option activated.

Customer Service Inquiry (P4210) shows the line was split.

Check Item Availability Inquiry (P41202)

 

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