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WS: 43: F4311 Quantity Open is Incorrect & Available for Receipt in P4312 Receive by PO After Receiving (P4312) the Full PO Quantity in a Different Unit of Measure (UoM) Using Option 4 - P42053 Multiple Locations (Doc ID 2968896.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 21, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Procurement - Version A9.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The F4311 Quantity Open is incorrect & appears in P4312 Receiving screen even though the full quantity of the order has been received.  This Multi-Location receipt is performed in Unit of Measure (UoM) that differs from the UoM on the Purchase Order line.  This receipt is performed in the P4312 Receipts by PO using Option 4 to use the P42053 - Multiple Locations option.

Steps to reproduce issue:

1. Set up the UoM conversion for the item as 1 LB = 5 RM.  (Using Item P001 in this test/example.)
2. Raise a Purchase Order (PO) with supplier 4343, BP 30, Item P001, Transaction and Purchasing Units of Measure (UM) = RM, Quantity = 2500.
3. Go to P4312, receive the item using Option 4 for for P42053 Select Multiple Locations but when doing so change the Quantity and UoM to 500 LB, which is equal to 2500 RM.
4. Receive 400 LB in one location (1 .A  .1) and 100 LB in another location (1 .A  .2).  This total quantity of 500 LB is equal to 2500 RM, the full quantity on the PO.
5. Check the Item Ledger for this item.  Item ledger will be correct and will show the full quantity of the order received in the LB unit of measure (400 LB + 100 LB = 500 LB, which = 2500 RM, the full quantity on the order).   
6. The F4311 and P4312 will show a Quantity Open to Receive of 2000 RM which is incorrect.
7. When the full quantity of the order is received in different UoM using Multiple Locations, the Quantity Open value should be updated to zero since the entire quantity of the PO has been received.




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