WS: 41: FAQ: Obsolete Items Stocking Types U and O
(Doc ID 626789.1)
Last updated on APRIL 04, 2019
Applies to:JD Edwards World Inventory Management - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This is an FAQ about stocking types U and O.
- Use stocking type U when you have a quantity of the item on hand and you wish to sell it but you are not going to replenish it.
- Use stocking type O when you do not want to sell or purchase the item.
- Typically, when you have sold all of an item with stocking type U, you would change the stocking type to O.
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In this Document
|Questions and Answers|
|Question 1: What transactions and orders can be created for inventory items having a stocking type of O (Obsolete) or U (Use Up)?|
|Question 2: What is the difference between stocking types U and O?|
|Question 3: Can you enter a new PO against a stocking type U?|
|Question 4: What is the impact of the O and U stocking types on the Inventory, Sales, and Purchasing systems?|
|Question 5: Can you create transfer orders (ST/OTs P4242) for a U stocking type item?|
|Question 6: Can you use inventory transactions for items with a stocking type of U or O?|
|Question 7: If I hard commit inventory at Ship Confirm, will the system allow me to enter sales orders for items with stocking type U?|
|Question 8: Can I use the obsolete stocking type with kits?|
|Question 9: Why do I get twice the number of components on my sales order when my kit parent is obsolete and replaced?|
|Question 10: Is Sales Order Entry (P4211) designed to identify kit component items that have been marked obsolete?|
|Question 11: How to inactivate a nonstock item?|
|Question 12: How does manufacturing handle obsolete items?|