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E1: 46: 49: R46171 (Process Pick Requests) Fails in Subsystem if Version Name (VERS) Contains Nine Characters or More when Called by R4982 (Batch Shipment Approval) (Doc ID 2997377.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 11, 2024

Applies to:

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


When a version of the R46171 (Process Pick Requests) is defined with the version name (VERS) of 9 characters or greater, the last character of the version is getting truncated in Work with Subsystem Jobs (F986113).  This occurs when the R46171 is called by Batch Shipment Approval (R4982).


1. In batch versions, copy the subsystem version of the R46171 and input a nine digit value in the version name (VERS).
2. In batch versions, submit the version of the newly created R46171 to start the subsystem job.
3. Setup a version of the P4915 that is activated to create a request and suggestion on the Approval tab in the processing options. Add the version of the R46171 created above to the processing options on the versions tab.
4. Add the new version of the P4915 to the version of the R4982 that will be used.
5. Create a TMS sales order in a warehousing branch using the P4210, but do not activate the processing options to generate a request.
6. Run the R4982 to approve the shipment.
7. The R46171 does not execute. In reviewing the R46171 in Work with Subsystems (P986113), the version executed only contains the first eight characters of the R46171 version.




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