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WS: 43: FAQ General Procurement (Doc ID 1534609.1)

Last updated on MAY 18, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Procurement - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

To document the frequently asked questions and answers related to Procurement Quote Orders, Blanket Orders, Order Release (P4360), and Purchase Order Generator (P43011).

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Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1: You want to maintain the expected arrival dates of PO's (purchase orders), but want to always keep the original promised date on file to track vendor performance.
 Question 2: How can you deactivate vendors/suppliers so they can no longer be used on a Purchase Order (PO) or in the Accounts Payable (AP) system?
 Question 3: When will the F43121.field PRUOPN (Open quantity) be updated with value and when will it be updated to zero?
 Question 4: Will the system create a purchase price variance for a non-stock purchase order?
 Question 5: How to clear out receipts that you are not going to voucher and get them out of the Received Not Vouchered account
 Question 6: Does advanced pricing work in the procurement module?
 Question 7: How to ensure that only specified individuals can release held sales or purchase orders.
 Question 8: What is the function of the order suffix field (data item SFXO) in purchase order header and detail records?
 Question 9: How to release a hold code entered in error on a purchase order
 Question 10: Does Sales Flex Accounting work in Procurement?
 Question 11: How to manage consigned goods in procurement.
 Question 12: How to display open orders by promised delivery date.
 Question 13: How do you process material returns in the World Procurement system?
 Question 14: How to create a report or query that shows all purchase orders that contain a specific print message
 Question 15: How is the field ALTD, Average Leadtime,  calculated in P43090 Routing/Analysis Revisions?
 Question 16: Why are AU ledger records created
 Question 17: How can you view the purchase order ledger file F43199 online?
 Question 18: How can you create credit entries for purchase orders that relieve inventory and reduce the amount due to the supplier?
 Question 19: Supplier Template Revisions (P4015): Can you define a template based on user/supplier amounts instead of item(s) quantity (s)?
 Question 20: How can a purchase order line that's been partially received into inventory have a Last/Next Status of 980/999, indicating the line was cancelled?
 Question 21: Can one purchase order line be associated with multiple Voucher Logging vouchers/receipts?
 Question 22: When you create a purchase order for one Unit of Measure (UOM) and receive it using a different UOM, the line in the PO Detail file (F4311) splits. For example, line 1.000 (UOM = CA) closes and a new line, 1.010 (UOM = EA) is created.  Why?
 Question 23: Does the freight handling code have more security or lock down feature that it currently has in A7.3?
 Question 24: How do you cancel/delete a purchase order?
 Question 25: Does the Cancel Date (CNDJ)in the P4311 have any functionality attached to it that would affect Purchase Order (or Blanket Order) processing?
 Question 26: How can you receive additional quantities against a Purchase Order detail line that has been fully received and closed?
 Question 27: Can the Buyer field (ANBY) default into the PO Header and Detail at PO Entry P4311? 
 Question 28: When adding a line to an outside operation purchase order (P4311), the Work Order Header Status (SRST) is getting changed from a 40 back to a 10. How can this be prevented?
 Question 29:  When using P430301 - Open Orders to locate a purchase order and then using Option 2 to Exit to the P4311, the V43114 is presented but you need the V43111.  How is this controlled?
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