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WS: 42/47: FAQ Batch Sales Order Creation (P40211Z) (Doc ID 2149342.1)

Last updated on MARCH 03, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards World EDI - Version A8.1 cume 2 and later
JD Edwards World Sales Order Management - Version A8.1 cume 2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

 To address frequently asked questions in regard to the batch sales order entry process (P40211Z) in the World Sales Order Management system (System 42).

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1: What are the files P40211Z uses to create sales orders and which set of files should you use?
 Question 2: Can you use P40211Z to change or add lines or cancel / close existing sales orders?
 Question 3: Will P40211Z create a related purchase order for a sales order?
 Question 4: Will P40211Z create a related work order for a sales order?
 Question 5: Will P40211Z create a single sales order that contains both stock and non-stock items?
 Question 6: How are prices established for stock items versus non-stock items?
 Question 7: Where does the line type for an order line default from? 
 Question 8: Can you designate a different header branch for each line on a sales order created by P40211Z?
 Question 9: Can you set up P40211Z to create separate sales orders for a single customer purchase order if the lines on the order are sourced from different branches?
 Question 10: Can you set up P40211Z to generate a warning that quantity exceeds availability without creating a back order?
 Question 11: Can you create sales orders for kits and/or configured items using P40211Z?
 Question 12: Can you add override address information while creating orders via P40211Z - Batch Sales Order Edit/Creation?
 Question 13: Does the P40211Z-Batch Sales Order Edit/Creation validate the third item number against the second item number?
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