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E1: 49: P4915 (Work with Shipments) Displays Incorrect Promised Delivery Date for Legs on Intermodal Route on W4915K Form (Doc ID 2953815.1)

Last updated on JUNE 08, 2023

Applies to:

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


After routing a shipment to an intermodal route with transit days and the legs for the route have been created, the promised ship and delivery dates properly appear on the W4915B form. If the user clicks on the first first leg of the route and selects the row exit -->revision, the user is taken to the W4915K form. On the dates tab of this form, the promised delivery date is displaying as the date from the F4215. If the user manually overrides this date, then the F4215 and F4941 records are updated to the new date.


1. Setup an intermodal route with three total legs. On the first leg, setup 5 transit days. On the 2nd leg, setup 40 transit days and on the 3rd leg, setup 10 transit days.
2. Create an inbound purchase order (P4310  that will create a shipment and route the shipment to the intermodal route created above.
3. Create the intermodal legs after routing.
4. Go into work with shipments and find the shipments. Both the promised ship date and promised delivery dates are correct for each leg on the route (form W4915B).
5. Select the first leg on the route and take the row exit-->revisions. Click on the dates tab (W4915K form). The promised ship date is correct, but the promised delivery date shows the date from the final leg. This is actually pulling the date from the F4215 and not the F4941.
6. Revise the promised delivery date on the W4915K form. The promised delivery date is now updated on both the F4941 and F4215.





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