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WS: 42: Changing the Branch Plant (MCU) on a Sales Order Header After a Sales Detail Line is on Backorder Writes Bogus Unit Cost and Extended Cost (Doc ID 3009870.1)

Last updated on MARCH 15, 2024

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When creating a sales order header and adding a sales detail line for branch plant AA where the detail line displays a quantity on backorder with a partial quantity shipped, changing the Branch Plant on the sales order header causes a bogus unit cost and extended costs to display. Additionally, the bogus unit cost is written to the Cardex (P4111).

Steps to Recreate:

1. Create a Sales Order (P4211) for an item where a portion of the quantity order is future committed with a quantity backordered in branch plant AA. Example:

1a. Quantity Ordered = 1,200 CA (100 CA available in stock). Unit Cost = 15.5480 per CA.

1b. 100 CA goes on future commit while 1,100 CA are backordered.

1c. Inquire on the sales order and the following quantities should display:

1,200 Quantity Ordered
   100 S - Shipped
1,100 B - Backordered

2. Do not release the future commit or the quantity on backorder (P42117).

3. Change the Sales Order Header and detail Branch Plant to Branch Plant BB.

4. Inquire on the Sales Order Detail and the entire quantity displays as backordered with a fictitious unit cost of 2.5660 (was 15.5480) which affects the extended cost.

Cause

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