WS: 31/34: Lot Effective Dates - Manufacturing and Purchasing Days
(Doc ID 804166.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2019
JD Edwards World Inventory Management - Version A9.3 and later JD Edwards World Material Requirements Planning - Version A9.3 and later JD Edwards World Shop Floor Management - Version A9.3 and later JD Edwards World Procurement - Version A9.3 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
JD Edwards has the ability to earmark certain lots as becoming available for use on some future date. Lot Effective Date was first included in A9.3. This is the date on which a lot becomes available for use in production, or shipping. The system uses this date for availability and commitment processing to indicate that the lot is available on or after the date that you specify.
• Inventory would be held with a 'future availability date', in anticipation of QA test results being acceptable. This date could be stored in the new user defined list of dates described in the requirement Multiple Expiration Dates.
• MRP must consider the held inventory available based on the new date.
• Work Order completions must assign this new date for items coded appropriately.
• Purchasing stores this date in the Purchase Order Header (V4301A).
In A9.3.1 onward, World Software calculates the availability of the quantity of an item contained in a lot through the use of a Lot Effective Date. The Effective Date will describe the date after which the quantity of item contained in a lot will become available for use in other processes. This Effective Date has implications in planning, manufacturing, procurement and inventory.
The Effective Date field was added to the Lot Master table to store this information. The availability and commitment calculations for MRP, Manufacturing, Warehousing, Sales Order Processing, and Sales Order Entry were also modified to read the Effective Date field to appropriately act on the lot based on the Effective Date information.
For users on World Software A9.3.1 onward, using Distribution and Manufacturing modules
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