E1: 41: How to Create Item Master and Item Branch Plant Records Using Interoperability (R4101Z1I/P4101Z1/F4101/F4102/F4101Z1)
(Doc ID 625451.1)
Last updated on OCTOBER 25, 2023
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Management - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Foundation - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Service Management - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management - Version XE and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document provides details on how to create Item Master and Item Branch Plant records using Interoperability.
The definition of Interoperability is enabling applications and technologies to allow one system to share data and/or logic with another system. It is often used to transfer large amounts of data from one system to another. The Item Master (F4101) is used to record information about stock items. Interoperability is a tool provided in EnterpriseOne enables the mass upload of multiple items from an external system into EnterpriseOne inventory tables. Depending on the release of EnterpriseOne being used, Item Branch Plant records may also be added. This process can be used for migration (importing) a large number of records.The Item Master Inbound Transaction Process allows the upload of Item Master (F4101) and Item Branch Plant (F4102) records into the system.
Note: Item Branch Plant (F4102) records can also be created, but the process must then be run twice: once for the Item Master (F4101) record creation and then run a second time for the Item Branch Plant (F4102) record creation.
Manufacturing Note: Prior to using Manufacturing programs, it is necessary to run the Integrity Analysis program (R30601) to properly set low level codes based on Bill of Material (BOM) levels. Not doing so will result in program failures due to duplicate record errors. When creating items using P41026, the Item Branch Plant records (F4102) Low Level codes are set to“1”. Using Interoperability, R4101Z1i, the Item Branch Plant records (F4102) Low Level codes are set to“0”. If the Integrity Analysis program (R30601) indicates errors, correct the processes or BOM's and run the Integrity Analysis program again. When the program does not find errors in the processes, it updates the low-level codes (IMLLX) in both the Item Master (F4101/LL CD column) and the Item Branch File (IBLLX- F4102). Low-level codes are commonly referred to as LLX, IMLLX, IBLLX, or lower level codes.
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