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WS: 47: EDI Writes Subset Of Lines To Sales Order Detail F4211 With Hard Error 3690 - P40211Z (Doc ID 2042898.1)

Last updated on APRIL 04, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards World EDI - Version A9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Should the P40211Z create sales order lines if there is a hard error for any line on the order?

When processing EDI orders with inventory commitment preferences and hard error 3690 - Location Not in Item Location File is invoked, a sales order is created and several detail lines are processed.

(Generally, the cause of Error 3690 is that this Item/Branch/Location/Lot combination is not set up in the Item Location file (F41021).  In which case the resolution is to enter a valid Item/Branch/Location/Lot combination in the Item Location file.)

Steps to Duplicate:

1.Create several items in P41026 Item Branch Plant = 60
2.Create same items in B/P 20 except for one item
3.Create Inventory Preference Profile for item P40300. Source the item from B/P =  60
4.Populate the EDI header file F47011 with minimum required fields for B/P = 60
5.Populate the EDI Detail file F47012 with minimum required fields for 6 lines, make line 3.000 the one that needs to be sourced by inventory commitments
6.Populate the processing options for P40211Z for inventory commitment preferences
7.Run the P40211Z
8.Error Report R40211Z shows error 3690 - Location Not in Item Location File for line 3.000
9.Report  R40211Z1 shows Sales Order 1 SZ created for lines 1.000 and 2.000, no other lines show processed

(The EDSP flag is updated = Y in the EDI header and EDI Detail files (F47011/F47012) for several detail lines).

Note: It appears when other hard errors such as 2742 - Item is Restricted from Sale, no order is created or lines processed (EDSP flag = blank for the EDI header and detail files).





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