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E1: 46L: Hard Commitment on Sales Order not Recognized When Running R46171 (Process Pick Request) for Item on License Plate (Doc ID 2954073.1)

Last updated on JULY 21, 2023

Applies to:

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


The R46171 (Process Pick Requests) is not validating hard commitments that exist for an item that is on a License Plate. This allows other sales orders to allocate the inventory for the lot/location of the item when running the R46171 and causes the availability to go negative for the lot/location. This does not occur for loose quantity, as the R46171 will give the error 3448 (Quantity Remains) if inventory has been hard committed on a sales order line.


1. Setup a new dual unit of measure item in a License Plate enabled branch.
2. Add 3 CA (156 LBS) to location 1.A.2 in lot 858585 using the P4114.
3. Using the P46L30, assign a License Plate to the lot/location for all the loose quantity.
4. Using a version of the P4210 setup NOT to create a WMS request, add a sales order for 1 CA (52 LBS) in location 1.A.2/lot 858585. This will hard commit 1 CA in this lot/location.
5. Using a version of the P4210 setup to generate a request, add a sales order for 3 CA (156 LBS). Do not specify a lot/location. Availability checking will need to be turned off at this time.
6. Verify the pick request is created in the P4600.
7. Run the R46171 for the pick request. All 3 CA for the lot/location are successfully processed without error.
8. Review the commitments in the P41202.  Notice the availability is now negative.
9. Using a version of the P4210, update the 1st sales order to a next status that will create a pick request.
10. Verify the request in the P4600.
11. Run the R46171. The error Quantity Remains (3448) is received.




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