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WS: 40: 42: 47: After Bug 33597445, The Unit Price (UPRC) Override From EDI Detail Not Written To New Domestic Sales Order For Kit Parent (PMTH = 2), Writes As $0.00 - P40211z (Doc ID 2885082.1)

Last updated on JULY 22, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Sales Order Management - Version A9.4 and later
JD Edwards World EDI - Version A9.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


After applying the code change for Bug 33597445 - FOREIGN UNIT PRICE (FUP) INCORRECT W/ KITS FOR NEW SALES ORDER - EDI P40211Z:
If entering a kit parent item in a domestic sales order (USD/USD), and set the override price (UPRC) = 100.00 in the EDI Detail file (F47012) with the processing option set to pull the price from the EDI detail, the new order is created with 0.00 in domestic for the sales detail line. This does not occur in regular sales order entry (P4211). This does not occur in Sales Order Entry (P4211).

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Create Kit Parent with one component
    Item Master (P4101) and kit pricing method (PMTH = 2) - Wil1 kit parent with Kit Pricing Method (PMTH) and stock item 703
    Item Branch Plant (P41026) - Branch Plant (BP) 10
    Price Revisions (P4106) / USD = 83.00
    Bill of Material (P3002) where it is Standard and Required, Kit Parent Wil1 in BP 10
2. Populate the minimum required fields in the EDI header and detail (F47011/F47012). The program looks at the BP Company Currency (USD) and the Customer Number (AN8) Currency (USD) and knows the order is Domestic.
    * F47011 - Mode field (CRRM) is blank
    * F47012 - Unit Price (UPRC) = 100.00
3. Populate the P40211z processing option to take the price from the EDI Detail file = 1.
4. Run the P40211z and review the newly created sales order in Sales Order Entry (P4211).
5. The new sales order detail line for Wil1 is equal to $0.00 as opposed to $100.00 which was the price in the EDI detail file (F47012).
This does not occur in regular sales order entry (P4211).



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