WS: 42: P42995/P42997 Transfer Orders and Job Log on Server Program X4250 A73.9 and Below and A73.11 and Below

(Doc ID 2199901.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 02, 2016

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Sales Order Management - Version A7.3 cume 8 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


A73.9 and below:

Customer's operating A73.9 and below were instructed to apply BUG 10671416/SAR 1959854 - Transfer Order - Record Lock, when Repost Active Sales Orders (P42995)was run and job logging.

Repost Active Sales Orders (P42995) calls Batch Inventory Commitment (P42997) which calls the server program, Update Related Purchase Order (X4250). The X4250 server program X4250 was
dumping and job logging with error CPF5032 - Record xxxxxx member F4211LA already locked to this job. Record xxxxxx represents the relative record number of the record locked by the X4250
in the F4211LA.

The original intent of Bug 10671416/SAR 1959854, was to correct future transfer orders, when running Repost Active Sales Orders (P42995 where the processing option was set to hard commit
the sales order.

A73.12 and below:

However, once the paper fix for BUG 10671416/SAR 1959854 was applied, it was discovered that re-committed future transfer orders were not backording in addition to availability
checking not working properly for transfer orders. Therefore, Bug 10703921/SAR 3479150 - Repost not Backordering ST (Document type) was written. Bug 10703921/SAR 3479150
removes the code changes made to the Repost Active Sales Orders (P42995) which were added by the original Bug 10671416/SAR 1959854 - Transfer Order - Record Lock. In addition
Bug 10703921/SAR 3479150 adds additional code changes to the P42997 that were missed the original Bug 10671416/SAR 1959854.


 If Bug 10671416/SAR 1959854 was applied to A73.10, follow the Cause and Solution.


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