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E1: 31: Work Order (P48013) Planned Effective Date (DPL) Calculated Using Shop Floor Calendar (P00071) (Doc ID 2914711.1)

Last updated on APRIL 20, 2023

Applies to:

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


When a manufactured item has Manufacturing Effective Days (LEDD) set in the Item Branch (P41026, Lot Processing tab), upon creating a Work Order (P48013) where the Shop Floor Calendar (P00071) is set with holidays and weekends, the system will calculate the Planned Effective Date (DPL) considering the the non-working days.

1. Create a manufactured item (P4101/P41026) with the Manufacturing Effective Days (LEDD) set to 3 and no Manufacturing Leadtime.
2. In the Shop Floor Calendar (P00071), December 26, 2022 is set as a holiday. December 24 and 25 are weekend days.
3. Create a Work Order (P48013) with a Requested Date (DRQJ) of 12/22/2022.
4. Save the Work Order and re-inquire; notice that the Planned Effective Date (DPL) is set as 12/27/2022 when the expected date was 12/25/2022.

The system calculates using the workdays from the Shop Floor Calendar, but those settings do not represent when an item is effective.




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