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E1: 13: 17: Unplanned P31113 Issue of Non Stock Item Incorrectly Gives Item Branch Record Does Not Exist Error (Doc ID 2929945.1)

Last updated on MARCH 05, 2024

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Capital Asset Management - Version 9.2 and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Service Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Cannot perform unplanned issue of non stock item master item with F4105 costs for tracking G/L costs against work orders. P31113 Material Issues generates Error ID 0294 - Item Branch Record Does Not Exist.  Issue occurs for Stock Type N - Non Stock, Line Type N item setup per design, with no item branch record, and for P13700 or P48201 equipment work order or service work order.


  1. Select the 'Edit Item Master for Non-Stock Item' check box on the Line Type Constants.
  2. Enter an Item Master record with Stocking Type 'N' and a Line Type designated for this type of item. Enter P4101 Item Master, Cost Level 1, Stock Type N - Non Stock, Line Type N item with no item branch record, per design of non stock items.
  3. Enter an Item Cost record. Define a P4105 inventory cost method for the unit cost of a miscellaneous charge.
  4. Do not setup an Item Base Price record.
  5. Enter either a P48201 or P48013 work order for parent inventory item or repair item.
  6. Attach Parts List and Routing per standard P3002 bill of material and P3003 routing.
  7. From P31113, either the manufacturing version or the equipment version, as appropriate, set the issue flag to 1 issue and verify the issue quantities for the standard items and add the non-stock item and quantity as an unplanned issue.
  8. When the row is validated, the item description and unit cost from the item master record does not populate and a hard error is issued, Item Branch Record Does Not Exist.




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