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WS: 42: FAQ Backorders In Sales (Doc ID 1554393.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 25, 2021

Applies to:

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

Purpose

To document the frequently asked questions about Backorders in Sales.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1: Is there a way to prevent the Inventory Commitment program (P42997) from backordering quantities for which there is insufficient availability?
 Question 2: Can you force backorders in the sales order entry programs P4211, P40211Z, P47011?
 Question 3: Can you control partial shipments and backorders at the order level rather than the customer level?
 Question 4: When you create a credit order from history on a sales order that was backordered and subsequently released, the line that was backordered does not appear in the video P42025.
 Question 5: When you run the P42118 Release Backorders - Batch, the report R42118 says Status invalid for some items.
 Question 6: Is there a backorder release ledger file that can be used to track released backorders?
 Question 7: What is the processing option for behind the backorder release programs to add back in backordered quantities?
 Question 8: How do you set up the Purchase Order Receipt (P4312) and Online Back Order Release (P42117) to automatically release backordered Kits?
 Question 9: Is it possible to allow back orders except that at ship confirmation, if the order cannot be filled, it should be automatically cancelled and not backordered?
 Question 10: How do you release a back order for an order line that is hard committed to a certain location that no longer contains inventory?
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