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E1: 32: Incorrect Foreign Unit (FUC) and Extended Cost (FEC) on Transfer Order (P4210, ST/OT) for Configured Component (Doc ID 2909260.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 03, 2023

Applies to:

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


When creating a Configured Sales Order where the child is set up to create a Transfer Order (ST/OT) in the P Assembly Inclusion Rules (P3293, Transaction Type = 2) and where the component branch is in a company with a foreign currency, the ST order will have the Foreign Unit/Extended Cost displayed with the domestic amounts.

1. Create a Configured Parent (P4101/P41026).
2. Create a Configured Child and include it in the parent's branch and a branch whose company uses a different currency.
3. Create Configured Item Segments (P3291) and P Assembly Inclusion Rules for the Configured child in the foreign branch (make sure that the purchased component has frozen standard costs in P30026).
4. Create Configured Item Segments for the Configured parent (P3291).
5. Create a P Assembly Inclusion Rule (P3293) for the parent with the Configured child as a component using the foreign component branch and Transaction Type = 2 (ST/OT).
6. Review the exchange rate for the domestic and foreign currencies (P0015A)
7. Create a Sales Order (P4210) for the Configured parent using a domestic customer.
8. Configure with the P3210 and save the order
9. Inquire on the Sales Order Detail File (F4211) for the ST order; notice that the Unit/Extended Cost are the same as the Foreign Unit/Extended Cost.
10. Create a Transfer (ST/OT) directly for the configured child using the foreign branch in the From Branch/Plant and the domestic branch in the To Branch/Plant.
11. Configure (P3210) and save (P4210).
12. Inquire on the Sales Order Detail File (F4211) for the new ST order; notice that Foreign Unit Cost (FUC) and Foreign Extended Cost (FEC) are displayed with the correct amounts.





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