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E1: 49: Scheduled Deliveries (P49655) Pulls Business Unit From Processing Options Instead to Populated Header Cost Center From the Transaction (Doc ID 2938073.1)

Last updated on JULY 05, 2023

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

The revenue business unit (alias EMCU) is populated from the processing option not from the transaction which should pull from planning depot (alias VMCU). As Header Cost Center field is not editable to make changes, it causes a problem since customer have more than 15 business unit and not able to create a version of P49655 for every single one.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. P4210 - Enter a transportation sales order for Branch Plant 30 and customer 4242
2. P4960 - Create a SI standard In-transit load
3. P4960 - Confirm the load. Now the status of the load is In-Transit
4. P4960 - Select the load and take row exit In-transit (P4963)
5. P4963 – On Work with In-transit Inventory screen, take row exit Disposition (P49660)
6. Make sure that the version Unscheduled deliveries P49655 called by P49660 is set to Header Cost Center other than the one used in the transaction.
7. P49660 – On Disposition Load screen take Form exit to Unscheduled Deliver
8. P49655 - Unscheduled deliveries: Enter the Ship to number, item and quantity. See that at this moment the Header Cost Center is already populated to the Branch Plant from P49655 processing option even though this transaction is for within branch plant 30.
9. If P49655 is left blank, Header Cost Center field will be blank and “Blank Header Cost Center not allowed” (Error ID 490J) is received.

Changes

 

Cause

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