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E1: 41: P4113 Inventory Transfers Ability to Enter Short Item Number (ITM) without Populating Item Number (UITM) (Doc ID 2959881.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 17, 2023

Applies to:

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


The users would like to be able to add a Short Item Number to the P4113 W4113B form and then use the Short Item Number to make an Inventory Transfer.
Currently, the system Errors saying that you need to add the Item Number (UITM) even though the short Item number was entered.

If the Item number (UITM) is entered, It auto populates the Short Item Number (ITM).

The users want it to do the same if the short Item number is entered

Item Master Record Not Found Warning
Go to error..
Cause. . . . . . The Item Number you entered does not currently exist.
Resolution . . . Verify that the number you entered was entered correctly. If
not, you can add the Item Number through Basic Item Master
ER Details:
  Form P4113_W4113B
  Control Id 1
  Control Title Grid
  Event Row is Exit & Changed - Asynch
  Line No 117
BSFN Details:
  Source File xt4111z1.c
  Source Line 4069
  Error ID 0302
  BSFN DSTR Item 18


  1. Adds Short Item Number to P4113 Inventory Transfer program via Form Extension. (W4113B)
  2. Go back into Inventory Transfers (P4113) and click "Add"
  3. Enter the short Item number and it Errors that the second item number must be entered. It doesn't auto Populated the 2nd Item Number
  4. If you add the Item Number first (UITM), it does auto-populate the Short Item Number (ITM).
  5. If you enter the Short Item Number (ITM, they system blanks out the Short Item number and Errors that the Item Number (UITM) Not Found
  6. The users want it to auto-populate "Item Number" (UITM) when entering the Short Item Number P4113 W41113B form (Auto-Populate UITM)


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