E1: 42: Direct Ship Orders SD/OD (P4210/P4310/P4312)
(Doc ID 625588.1)
Last updated on MARCH 16, 2021
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne CRM Sales Order Entry - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Processing - Version XE and later JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Entry - Version XE and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
A Direct Ship Order (also known as Drop Ship Order) is created to record the sale of an item that is purchased from a supplier who then sends the item directly to the customer. Inventory quantities and availability are not updated. Both a sales order and a purchase order are created. Direct Ship Orders are entered with Sales Order Entry (P4210) and typically use document types SD (sales) and OD (purchasing) and the Line Type used is 'D', which has an Inventory Interface of 'D'. The Direct Ship (P4210) program has a processing option under the Versions tab that will call a version of the Purchase Order Entry (P4310) program. In Demo Data, version ZJDE0019 – Order Entry – Direct Ship Order has been setup for Direct Ship Orders. This version will create the Purchasing (OD) side of the transaction. In the P4310 version called by P4210, ensure the processing options for next status and override next status are valid for the purchase order document type plus line type for the direct ship order.
When entering a Direct Ship Order, the system simultaneously creates a Sales Order for the Customer and a Purchase Order for the Supplier. The Purchase Order specifies that the Supplier should ship the item directly to the Customer. On the Sales Order Detail (F4211) record, the SDS011 Transfer/Direct Ship/Intercompany field in F4211 is marked = 2 to indicate a Direct Ship Order.
The Related Order fields in the Sales Order Detail (F4211) and Purchase Order Detail (F4311) files associate the Sales Order and Purchase Order. In the Sales Order, the related OD is found by highlighting a detail line of the SD, then select the Additional Info row exit or by taking the Related PO row exit.
Direct Ship Orders create records in the following tables:
Sales Order Header (F4201)
Sales Order Detail (F4211)
Purchase Order Header (F4301)
Purchase Order Detail (F4311)
This document provides details on the Direct Ship Order functionality.
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