E1: 46: Parts List (P3111) Quantity Incorrect After Pick Suggestion Confirmation Override (P4617) Creates Split Parts List Lines when Using a Unit of Measure that has Multiple Primary UoM Quantities, (Example 1 CS = 800 OZ)
(Doc ID 2898074.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 24, 2023
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Warehouse Management - Version 9.2 and later
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Parts List quantity is updated incorrectly with a decimal quantity when the remaining suggestion is confirmed. At P4617, Pick Confirmation, use the Override row exit to split the original suggestion (3 CS / 2400 OZ) and confirm 1600 OZ to split the Parts List. The parts list now has 2 lines 1 CS & 2 CS. After confirming the remaining suggestion, (qty = 1 CS / 800 OZ), the Parts List is updated and now shows quantity with added decimals, 1.0025.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
- Create Bill of Material (P3002) with Parent item A and item B as the component.
- The Bill of Material (BoM) detail line is for 3 cases of item B.
- Item 1 CS = 800 OZ. OZ is primary uom.
- Ample on hand quantity exists for the component item.
- Create a work order (P48013) for this BOM, Work order for 1 CS of parent item A.
- Advance WO status from 10 - 40 using R31410.
- A Pick Request (P3111) is created.
- Generate Pick Suggestion for the request, P46171.
- Should now have a pick request where the detail is for the component item B and quantity = 2400 OZ.
- In P4617 - Pick Confirmation use the Override row exit, Change the Quantity from 2400 OZ to 1600 OZ and then select the Confirm row exit.
- The Parts List should now show how it has been split due to the override.
- There should be two lines – one for 1 CS and one for 2 CS.
- In P4617 you should see 2 pick suggestions, (Trips 1.000 & 1.001). Confirm the first suggestion.
- Check the WO parts list again – there should now be one closed line and one open line.
- The open line has an incorrect decimal quantity (i.e. 1.0025 CS instead of 3 CS for this example).
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