In Define Par Locations, Changing Line Item Replenishment Options Enters Incorrect Effective Dated Charge Code
(Doc ID 2647564.1)
Last updated on MARCH 10, 2020
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Inventory - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When there are defined multiple Charge Code under Define Item and try to Define Par Location for Par Replenishment Option other than Stock, like Stockless, Non-Stock and Not Replenished, then the default Charge Code is the oldest and not the most effective one.
Steps to Reproduce the Issue:
1.Both Define Item and Define Business Unit Item = FRA-10, General tab - Usage link, have Charge Code with different values
Setup for Define Item = FRA-10, General tab - Usage link
1.1.Effective = 01/01/1900
Charge Code = PT
1.2.Effective = 08/27/2018
Charge Code = ER
Setup for Define Business Unit Item = FRA-10, General tab ¿ Usage link
Charge Code = LAB
2.Add item to PAR - Header
Inventory > Replenish Par Location > Define Par Location
3.Go to Line tab and add Item = FRA0-10
Notice the Par Replenishment Option = Stock by default with Charge Code = LAB, that is right as per BU Item Charge Code defined.
If navigate between the rest of Par Replenishment Option,
Stockless = PT,
Non-Stock = PT and
Not Replenished = PT, the system will check for each the default/possible values as per Item and BU
Here it is expected to have Charge Code = ER that has the most effective date and not PT.
Change to ER and save the Par Location definition.
4.Open again the Par Location Definition.
Notice, it was save with the selected value ER and this is OK, but if navigate between the Par Location options the system is placing the oldest value PT (except for Stock that is coming from BU Item Definition).
So the user needs to make sure the Charge Code is not changed if is clicking accidentally or not between the radio buttons.
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