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WS: 42: FAQ Shipment Confirmation (Doc ID 1556060.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 13, 2022

Applies to:

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


To document the frequently asked questions about Shipment Confirmation 

Questions and Answers

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Questions and Answers
 Question 1: You want to be able to ship confirm sales orders using the primary or secondary unit of measure (UOM), regardless of the transaction UOM entered on the sales order.
 Question 2: What controls the display of the Shipment Number field in P4205 Confirm Shipments?
 Question 3: Why does the system assign some lines a Last Status of 914 and others a Last Status of 904 in Shipment Confirmation?
 Question 4: How to change ship date and quantity of an order during Batch Ship Confirmation - P42051?
 Question 5: Can you reverse an order shipment after it has been ship confirmed via P4205?
 Question 6: Can you reverse a shipment after an invoice number is assigned to the order but before the journal entries are created?
 Question 7: How is the ship to address overridden at ship confirm? 
 Question 8: How does a sales order line get a last status (SDLTTR) equal to 984 and a next status equal to 999 (SDNXTR)?
 Question 9: Can the P42051 - Batch Order Confirmation batch program be used to ship confirm multiple orders with multiple order types with a single submission of the P42051?
 Question 10: Is there a processing option setting or other method that can be used to change how the Sales Order detail lines are sorted, or display in the P4205 - Ship Confirmation video?  Currently Sales Order details are displayed/sorted by Line Number.  Is there a way to change it to sort based on a different data item such as MCU, Location, etc.?
 Question 11: Is it possible to use P42051 - Batch Order Confirmation to add multiple Container ID numbers (CNID) to a single Sales Order detail line?

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