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E1: 37: Quality Management FAQs (Doc ID 979716.1)

Last updated on JUNE 17, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Quality Management - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
System 37
R42520 - Print Pick Slips
P3711 - Test Results Revisions
P4205 - Shipment Confirmation
P4312 - PO Receipts
P40318 - Preference Profile Quality Management
P40070 - Preference Master


This document provides answers to frequently asked questions on the Print Pick Slips Program (R42520), Preferred Lot Status, entering Test Results (P3711) at Ship Confirm (P4205) and access to test results.

Questions and Answers

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Questions and Answers
 Question 1: Does the Print Pick Slips Program (R42520) recognize if a lot is suitable for a customer with specific requirements?
 Question 2: What is preferred as standard lot status if a lot is suitable for customer A, but not for customer B? 
 Question 3:  When test results are entered (P3711) at Ship Confirm (P4205), how does the system work if:
 Question 4:  Can test results  be accessed from any application?
 Question 5:  If a work order has more than one item, and each item has a unique serial number, how is the work order number and serial numbers attached when entering test results for each item on the work order?
 Question 6:  What causes a lot to fail when a test has a sample size of one and the acceptable quantity of two?
 Question 7:  In Non-Conforming Product (P3703), why does changing a test result to be conforming allow the test to display on the inquiry?
 Question 8:  How is the MCU field populated in P3711, Form W3711B?  Can the field be blank?
 Question 9:  How is the TOVR Lot Status Override Flag used, and should it change when a result value is changed?
 Question 10:  Is is possible to enter text with subscript font type into the Quality Test (P3701) Description (F3701.QADSC1), e.g., :NH2 (CH2OH)2 where the "2"s are in subscript?
 Question 11: Can the number of samples taken be based on quantity instead of percentage?
 Question 12:  Why do the Lot Master and the lot location files display different statuses when test results have updated lot statuses?
 Question 13: Is it possible to have P3711 - Quality Management - set a Work Order status based on the outcome of a Test?
 Question 14: Is it possible to have the current user default as the Tester (F3711.ANO) in P3711 - Test Results Entry?
 Question 15: Can Quality Preference be defined for a Vendor on Purchased Items?
 Question 16:  Taking Form Exit to Preference from P3711 Test Results Entry does not return any Tests
 Question 17:  How is P37012 Test Consumables used from P3711 Test Results Entry? 
 Question 18:  Why are the Blend Management fields: Lab, Sample Method, Consolidation, Sample Container, Closure, Test Results Name and Copy Test Result Ranges not visible in Test Definition (P3701)?
 Question 19:  Is it possible to import data to the F3701 - Quality Test Master table?
 Question 20: Are lots required to use the Quality Module?
 Question 21: How is the P3701 Test Revisions status field STAW moved to History = 2 ?
 Question 22: Does Advance Price Adjustment P4701 P4072 work with Quality Management?
 Question 23: Why is the R37470 being kick off from R31140 if I don’t have Quality defined for the item? How do you stop the R37470 form being kicked off from R31410?
 Question 24: Quality tests at operations not displaying in P3711 if previous operation test are entered.
 Question 25: Ability to have two quality tests configurations for the same item (using item group).
 Question 26: P3711 is used to enter test results from P31114. 10% of the completed item is used as samples and destroyed in the process. Is the completed quantity going to be automatically decreased with 10%?
 Question 27: How can i enter generic text for a Test on P3701?
 Question 28: Can quality test P3711  that fail prevent work order completions P31114?

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