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WS: 42: A Sales Blanket Order can be Over-released Following Multiple Partial Releases, Cancellation of the Blanket and Cancellation of One of the Released Sales Orders (Doc ID 2578825.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 09, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Sales Order Management - Version A9.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : A9.3 version, Sales Order Management

A Sales Blanket Order can be Over-released Following Multiple Partial Releases, Cancellation of the Blanket and Cancellation of One of the Released Sales Orders.

A blanket order can be over-released when:
- there have been multiple sales orders created via release of the blanket in P420111 resulting in a partial quantity remaining available to release,
- followed by Closing/Cancelling the Blanket order so that a quantity now shows in the Cancelled field of the sales order detail screen,
- followed by Closing/Cancelling one of the sales orders created from this Blanket order which 'reopens' the blanket order making a quantity once again available to release.
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Now the Blanket Order shows status codes of 999/980, still shows the prior cancelled quantity in the Cancelled field, but also shows this quantity available to release via P420111.
In addition, after releasing the available quantity shown in P420111 to a sales order, the P420111 will still show the previously 'cancelled' quantity available to release.  This quantity can be released to create a sales order over and over again and the blanket order will not close or have the status updated.


Changes

Order Release  P420111                          
Sales Order Entry - Detail  P4211                            
Sales Order Cancel  X4211D      

Cause

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