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E1: 42: Enhancement - Order Preparation and Delivery Date Preferences Now Work in Conjunction with Workday Calendar (P00071) in Sales Order Entry (P4210) (Doc ID 2997460.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 16, 2024

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Entry - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When using the Workday Calendar(P00071) in conjunction with the Order Preparation Day Preference and Delivery Date Preference at Sales Order Entry (P4210), the Scheduled Pick Date (PDDJ) does not take into account excluded days from the Workday Calendar. Therefore, the calculation for the Scheduled Pick Date is incorrect on the sales order detail line.    

Set Up Example:                                         

  1. Setup the Shop Floor calendar (P00071) to exclude 'E' the weekend days during the month of January.
  2. Create an Order Preparation and/or a Delivery Date Preference using a specified branch plant and item number from the Preference Master (P40070).
  3. Select the Preference and activate the preference profile by setting it to a value = 1.
  4. Setup the number of Order Preparation days = 3.
  5. Create a version of the Preference Master Profile Processing (R40400) for Order Preparation and/or Delivery Date = 1.
  6. Attach the Preference Profile version of the R40400 to the Versions Tab processing option in Sales Order Entry.
  7. Turn on the processing options for Preference Profiles in the Preferences Tab in Sales Order Entry.
  8. Enter a sales order for the item and on the Sales Order Header enter a Requested Day (DRQJ) that falls on a Monday.
  9. Go into the Sales Order Detail lines and enter the item number. Notice that the Scheduled Pick date calculates 3 days before the Order Requested Date, BUT the preference set up had 'Excluded' weekend days. The Scheduled Pick Date included weekend days in the calculation which is incorrect.




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