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E1: 43: Request That P43250 (Receipt Routing) Write To Item's Next Count Date On Intermediate Operation Steps (Doc ID 2897450.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 20, 2022

Applies to:

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


Requesting that intermediate operation steps of the P43250 (Movement & Disposition) write to the Next Count Date field of the Location Revisions (P41024) application.

Alternative Solutions:
1. Manually update the next count date in the item location until moving the items to stock.
2. Or use orchestrator process to automate the updating of next count date in item location. (see: E1: ORCH: Orchestrator Studio (Doc ID 2104912.1)

Steps to Duplicate:
1. On menu G4111, select Item/Branch Plant (P41026) and find the item, and row exit to Location Revisions (P41024) and input a Next Count Date into the Primary location field:
2. On P43091 (Receipt Routing Definition): Op 1: TRAN - Transport, Op2: INSP - Inspection, OP3: STK - Receipt in Stock.
3. On P43090 (Supplier/Item Info) Use Route Code from Step 2 with valid effective dates, and a valid item number from step 1.
4. On P4310, Enter a Purchase Order for this item used in on step 1 and step 3.
5. Set the P4312 (PO Receipts) processing option #11 on the Process tab to activate Receipt Routing.
6. On P4312, receive the PO, and see it enters Receipt Routing.
7. On menu G43A14, select Movement & Disposition (P43250), ensure Process tab option #9 Enable location is set to '1'.
8. On P43250 form W43250K, input the PO number, and press Find, and select the record.
9. On form W43250L, input a ‘1’ on the first Operation Code TRAN (which moves to INSP), and input a location (e.g. Location 'A') and optional lot, and press Save.
10. Check the Date in the Next Count Date field of the P41024 (Location Revisions) and see that it is not populated with today's date (as is done on the last operation step of the Receipt Routing). 


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