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E1: 49: Promised Shipment and Delivery Date Calculation (Doc ID 625513.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2020

Applies to:

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

Purpose

Overview

There are three dates in Transportation that drive shipments on the generated sales order: Requested Delivery Date, Promised Shipment Date and Promised Delivery Date. From order entry (Sales and Purchasing), a Promised Shipment Date (PPDJ), Requested Delivery Date (DRQJ) and/or Promised Delivery Date (RSDJ) can be entered.  

 

When a shipment is initially created from Sales if the user has not manually entered a Promised Shipment Date (PPDJ) and/or a Promised Delivery Date (RSDJ), the Promised Shipment Date and/or Promised Delivery Date are set to zero.  From Purchasing the Promised Delivery Date is always set to zero. From both Sales and Purchasing if the user has not manually entered a Requested Delivery Date (DRQJ) then the date is defaulted to today's date. The function Calculate Dates (N4901350) will be called to calculate the dates.  First, the function will try to back schedule, and if it fails then it will forward schedule.

 

Scope

 

Details

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Routing
 Workday Calendar
 Back Schedule Processing for Outbound Shipments
 Back Scheduling based on Requested Delivery Date (DRQJ)
 Back Scheduling based on Promised Delivery Date (RSDJ)
 Back Scheduling based on Promised Shipment Date (PPDJ)
 Promised Shipment Date (PPDJ) with Intermodal
 Forward Schedule Processing for Outbound Shipments
 Scheduled Pick, Promised Shipment and Promised Delivery Dates Calculation
 Test Scenario
 Scheduled Pick Date (PDDJ) with Manufacturing
 Load Processing
 Shipment Consolidation
 Date Calculations for Inbound Shipments generated from Purchase Orders
 Back Scheduling based on Requested Delivery Date (DRQJ)
 Back Scheduling based on Promised Delivery Date (RSDJ)
 Forward Scheduling on Inbound Shipments
 Date Calculation for Inbound Shipments generated from Credit Orders
 Forward Scheduling on Inbound Shipments from Credit Orders
 Conclusion
References

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