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E1: 46: R461601 Batch Replenishment set with Specific Data Selection of PRP7 = Range of Values Does Not Honor the Normal Replenish Point Value set for the Fixed Picking Location Incorrectly Suggesting Replenishment When Not Needed (Doc ID 2991598.1)

Last updated on APRIL 30, 2024

Applies to:

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


The incorrect suggestion of a replenishment issue can be duplicated under the following conditions.

  1. R461601 processing options are set for Normal replenishment point and maximum replenishment.
  2. The quantity in the related fixed picking (or ‘to be replenished’) location has not been reduce down to or below the Normal Replenishment Point set in P46012 Fixed Picking Locations Revisions.
  3. Data Selection of the R461601 does not include the related 2nd Item Number but does includes a range of Warehouse Process Group (PRP7) values.  (This range of PRP7 values must cause creation of legitimate replenishment suggestions for locations that are not related to the fixed picking location or the replenishment from locations.)

With the above criteria in place, the Fixed Picking Location is replenished even though quantity on hand of the related item has not been depleted to or below the Normal Replenishment Point.  This incorrect behavior only occurs when R461601 data selection is equal to a range of Warehouse Process Groups (PRP7) that include the PRP7 value set for this item.  This is incorrect, the location should not be replenished because the current on hand quantity in that location is above the Normal Replenishment Point quantity.  If the specific 2nd Item Number is added to this data selection, then this item is not picked up for replenishment, which is the correct behavior.




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