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E1: 49: Quantities Must Balance Error (0505) Changing Quantity on Bulk Load During Load Confirm (P49640) in the Confirm Load - Compartments (W49640B) Form (Doc ID 2956802.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 13, 2024

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When changing the quantity on a compartmentalized in-transit load during Load Confirm (P49640), the error Quantities Must Balance (0505). This occurs for a bulk item being confirmed when the Load Type (P49003) is setup with the Load Confirm Actuals and Adjust Sales Lines turned on. The quantity is not able to changed and the sales order is not able to be updated due to this error.)

Steps to duplicate:

1. Setup a bulk item in a bulk branch.
2. In Work with Load Types (P49003), turn on the Load Confirm Actuals and Adjust Sales Lines flags for the CI load type.
3. Create a vehicle for bulk product that contains two compartments (P4930)
4. Create a bulk sales order for the item for 2000 LT that will create a shipment.
5. Build a load using the P4960 and assign the vehicle created to the load.
6. Add the shipment created to the load.
7. Add 1000 LT per each compartment on the vehicle.
8. Approve the load using the P4960.
9. Confirm the load. Initially, the user is taken to the W49640A form. After clicking OK on this form, the user is taken to the Confirm Load - Compartments (W49640B). If the quantity on either compartment is changed to a different value (Ex: 995 LT), the error Quantities Must Balance (0505) is received. This does not happen if the Load Confirm Actuals and Adjust Sales Lines are turned off in the P49003, but the sales order is not updated with the quantity change.
 

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