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E1: 43: Overview of Purchase Order Generation (P43011, P4371, R437001, R437002) (Doc ID 625474.1)

Last updated on MAY 19, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version XE and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Inventory Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.



You can use the Purchase Order Generation interactive program as a suggestion tool, making recommendations for you as to which items and how much of them to order. The program can also be used to generate Purchase Orders (POs).

The Purchase Order Generator (P43011) calculates a suggested order quantity for items when inventory quantities drop to or below the reorder point.

This documents provides details on using this tool including information about Setup, Reorder Point, Using the Purchase Order Generator, Multi-Currency considerations, Batch PO Generator UBEs, Calculations and some Troubleshooting Tips. It also contains an example of how to use the program.




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In this Document
 Item Branch/Plant Information (G4111 menu)
  Item Branch Class Codes Branch/Plant
  Item Branch Quantities P41022 (Quantities row exit)
  Routing Analysis Revisions Lead Time
 Reorder Point (ROPI)
 Zero Reorder Point
 Inquiry Methods in Purchase Order Generator
 Using Purchase Order Generator with Non-Stock Items
 Error Messages Added for Batch Applications
 Terms used in calculations
 Suggested Order Quantity
 Economic Order Quantity
 Reorder Point
 Example of EOQ and ROP Calculation Using 12 Months of History
 Fiscal Year
 Held Location
 Order Policy Code
 Performance Issues
 Approval Processing and PO Generator
 Transfer Orders
 Address Used for PO Generator
 Rounding to Whole Number
 Status Flow not Set Up - Error ID 0425

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