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E1: 49: Basic Transportation Preferences Were Not Applied After Running the Remove Unreleased Lines from Shipments (R4277707) Process (Doc ID 2932416.1)

Last updated on MAY 22, 2023

Applies to:

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


The system does not apply the Basic Transportation Preferences for the new Shipment number created by the R4277707 (Remove Unreleased Lines from Shipments) process.


  1. Single Order Consolidation flag is set in Transportation Constants Revisions (P49002).
  2. Set Transportation Preference P40070 ( 32 Customer Freight, 33 Carrier, 34 Mode of Transport). Mode of Transport preference (34) is set for two weight (UOM = LB) intervals as the following:
    1. MOT = GRD when Quantity From = 0 LB and Quantity Thru = 150 LB
    2. MOT = LTL when Quantity From = 150.01 LB and Quantity Thru = 999999999.9999 LB
  3. Fulfillment module is activated and Advanced Preference Fulfillment entry (41) is set.
  4. Activate preference for Fulfillment in the processing options of P4210 (Sales order entry).
  5. Enter a Transportation sales order with more lines. The total weight for these lines is more than 150.01 LB. The system will create a single shipment number for all order and MOT will be set LTL as per Mode of Transport preference (34) setup.
  6. Check P4277701 (Fulfillment Workbench) and note that the order entered in Fulfillment.
  7. Edit and Release Fulfillment(R4277703 ) for more lines with total weight more than 150.01 LB.
  8. Run R4277707 (Remove Unreleased Lines from Shipments) for this order. The process created a new Shipment number for the remaining lines in the order. The total weight for these lines is smaller than 150 LB. However, the system does not apply the basic transportation preferences for this new shipment number and copies the same information from the previous shipment number.




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