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E1: 42: 31: When Creating the First SO W Line Type Order Using the P42101 (Sales Order Entry), R31410 (Order Processing) Does Not Start (Doc ID 2988423.1)

Last updated on MARCH 25, 2024

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version 9.2 and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When creating a a sales order with W line type using the P42101 (Sales Order Entry), R31410 (Order Processing) is not started for the first order entered, while when creating the second SO/W R31410 is started and it is processing also the first order. The issue occurred after the Bug 34963594 - R31410 NOT ATTACHING PL AND ROUTING WHEN CREATING SO/W USING P42101 was applied.

Steps:

  1. In item master and item branch create a manufactured item with W line type. (P4101 P41026).
  2. Create a BOM and Routing for the parent manufactured item (P3002 P3003).
  3. Create new version of P48013 to call automatically attach PL and Routing (PO 6. Create Parts List and Routing = 1). Set that version in a P4210 version. Set that version in P43101 that is going to be used for the test.
  4. Go to P42101 and enter a new SO for the manufactured item. Save it.
  5. In P48013 check that the related WO was created. Take the row exit and notice the PL and Routing are not attached.
  6. Enter a new SO/W and save it.
  7. In P48013 check that the related WO was created. Take the row exit and notice the PL and Routing are attached for both orders.

This issue occurs only when using P42101 (Sales Order Power form). When creating the sales orders using P4210 (Sales order entry), R31410 is also running for the first order and it is entering and attaching PL and Routing.

Cause

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