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E1: 43E: Receiving Two Orders Created from RSS with Different Branches and Routes Using P43E20 (Desktop Receiving) Results in the Incorrect Routing of the Second Order (Doc ID 2937925.1)

Last updated on APRIL 28, 2023

Applies to:

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


When receiving two orders in P43E20 (Desktop Receiving) with different branches and routes, the second purchase order does not go properly through the route that is set, because the system is using the branch from the first.

Steps to replicate:

  1. Create two RSS requisitions using P43E10 (Add Requisition) application with the same supplier and item. Only the branch plants are different.
  2. Generate two purchase orders, one for each branch, using P43E060 (Requisition Expediter).
  3. For each branch there are set a receipt route. The routes are different for each combination between Supplier, Item and Branch.
  4. Receipt simultaneously both purchase orders using P43E20 (Desktop Receiving), which is calling a version of P4312 (Purchase Orders to Receive), that has activated receipt routing (processing option: tab 4.Process, 11. Receipt Routing =1).
  5. Check Movement & Disposition (P43250) application and notice that the route selected for the second order does not match with the one is set.

When receiving two orders in P43E20 (Desktop Receiving) with different branches and routes, the system has to attach the routes correctly for each purchase orders as per setup.




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