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E1: 36: R3465 Extract Actuals Troubleshooting FAQ (Doc ID 633490.1)

Last updated on MAY 04, 2020

Applies to:

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

Purpose

Information Center: Overview of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning > Information Center: Troubleshooting JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning > Document 633490.1

Also refer to R3465 Extract Sales Order History (Refresh Actuals, Extract Sales Actuals) Document 1401693.1

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Questions and Answers
 Question 1:  Sales actuals extraction for leap year 2016 has 53 weeks, not extracting actuals as expected for last (53rd) week of the year.
 Question 2:  Why is R3465 not extracting Sales History into the F3460?
 Question 3:  Why is R3465 not creating actuals after a certain date?
 Question 4:  Why is R3465 not creating records in the F3460 table from Sales History file?
 Question 5:  Can the Supply/Demand Inclusion Rules be changed to look at the Last Status rather than the Next Status?
 Question 6:  How can R3465 be prevented from overlaying existing information?
 Question 7:  Is there an automatic process to forecast a replacement item with history from the expired item? 
 Question 8:  Why does rerunning R3465 not delete old actuals before inserting new values? 
 Question 9:  Can the Refresh Actuals (R3465) consolidate history from different branches?
 Question 10:  Why should the date 1/1/16 not be entered into the first period of the Fiscal Date Pattern 52 periods? 
 Question 11:  Can Invoice Date (IVD) be used instead of Date Requested (DRQJ) when processing Actuals?
 Question 12:  Why does R3465 use the Requested Date of Sales Orders instead of Ship Date?
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