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E1: 34: Supplier Release Scheduling (SRS) FAQ (P43211, R34400, R34410, R34450, P34301) (Doc ID 656044.1)

Last updated on APRIL 30, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
System Code: 34-Requirements Planning


Purpose

Information Center: Overview of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning > Information Center: Using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning > Document 656044.1

To be used as a supplement to E1: 34: Understanding Supplier Release Scheduling SRS Document 637829.1.

For errors or issues with SRS, check E1: 34: Supplier Release Scheduling Common Errors, Causes and Resolutions Document 778953.1

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1.  Will MRP consider Supplier Split Percentages (P43211) and create Purchase Orders for more than one vendor?
 Question 2.  W34301I - The select row checkbox is not available nor visible on the grid in this form
 Question 3.  After blanking out Frozen, Fabricated & Raw Material Days in Supplier Info (P4321), R34450 still prints Cum Frozen, Cum Fabricated & Cum Raw Material?
 Question 4.  Why does R34410 always generate a NEW Purchase order when responding to 'INCREASE' (G msg type) rather than increase an existing order?
  
 Vendor Schedule (P4321)
 Question 1.  Does SRS require the primary vendor field on the item/branch record remains blank?
 Question 2.  What's the difference between the different statuses on the vendor schedule?
 Question 3.  What's the difference between Planned and Committed quantities on the Vendor Schedule?
 Question 4.  Is there any plan/ability to add a default calendar for all blanket orders or for all blanket orders to a certain vendor?
 Question 5.  Should the vendor schedule get updated with each MRP run or does the schedule have to be in a certain status?
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