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E1: 42: Scheduled Pick Date Should Be Calculated Based On the Requested Date and Based On the Advanced Preferences 22 Order Preparation Days and 03 Delivery Date, When Available To Promise (ATP) Functionality is Activated on Sales Order Entry (P4210) (Doc ID 2998813.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2024

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Currently when using a version of P4210 version with Processing Options set to use a Schedule For Advanced Preferences 22 Order Preparation Days and 03 Delivery Date, together with the functionality for ATP (Available To Promise) activated, then the system first calculates the Scheduled Pick Date based on the ATP, as shown in Supply and Demand. And once the Scheduled Pick Date is being populated, then the Promised Ship Date and Promised Delivery Date are calculated as per the Advanced Preferences Setup.

In case the item has on-hand availability, then the Available To Promise Date is calculated as the System Date, value that is used to populate the Scheduled Pick Date.

Maximum Number of Days of Supply and Demand states that when using ATP/CATP for Scheduled Pick Date calculation, the system scans the Supply and Demand data for given days from today's date to derive the Scheduled Pick Date. On whichever date the system finds ATP quantity, that date value is used for populating the Scheduled Pick Date.

The request is that when using a P4210 version with Processing Options set to use a Schedule For Advanced Preferences 22 Order Preparation Days and 03 Delivery Date, together with the functionality for ATP (Available To Promise) activated, then the Scheduled Pick Date, Original Promised and Promised Delivery dates to be calculated based on the Requested Date and based on the Advanced Preferences Setup.

 

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Cause

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