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E1: 31: R31123Z1I Super Backflush Interoperability (Doc ID 660276.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 28, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Shop Floor Control - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This bulletin is a supplement to existing documentation and its purpose is to explain the use of interoperability Super Backflush for Inbound and Outbound transactions. It explains basic setup - control columns, required data columns and frequently used optional data completions to be populated to complete the transaction.

On the inbound side, this transaction is used to update EnterpriseOne tables with Super Backflush information.
Outbound Super Backflush transactions do not use this interface table.


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In this Document
 Relationships to Other Transactions
 Transaction Specific Instructions
 Inbound Transactions (Into EnterpriseOne) - Table F3112Z1
 Control Columns
 Required Data Columns
 Frequently Used Optional Data Columns
 Processing Inbound Super Backflush (R31123Z1I)
 Outbound Transactions - From EnterpriseOne
 Running Manufacturing Accounting (R31802A) and R31123Z1I Concurrently
 Frequently Asked Questions
 Question 1:  How to report Super Backflush transactions for Lot Controlled parent items?
 Question 2:  Does R31123Z1I update the Item Ledger table (F4111) when the pay point code of an operation step is 'M' or 'B'?
 Question 3:  Why encountering related error messages for R31123Z1I runs, even if a Shift Code 'Blank' has been defined in the Manufacturing Constants (P3009)?
 Question 4:  Is there any Interoperability process that allows performing scrap at sequence?
 Question 5:  Is there any way to avoid doing superbackflush process if there are part list items without enough stock?
 Question 6: Can the Fields URCD and URDT be populated and afterwards populated by R31123Z1I in the F31122?
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