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Sales Order Term Cdes

DBelcher

Active Member
List,

I remember from somewhere that there is a way to control what information gets populated from the Sales Order Header record into the Sales Order Detail. We currently have a problem where an order will come in EDI, the detail lines get assigned a term of 2%,30 because of advanced pricing, but when it is later maintained it gets overridden to a different code.

I would appreciate any feedback on where this is defined.



Doug Belcher
St Louis MO
Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of my employer
A7.3c10
 

prumschlag

Active Member
Doug,

From the Order Header Screen (P4210), press F20.

Phil







DBelcher <DBelcher@KVPharmaceutical.com> on 07/09/2001 01:19:39 PM
 

jeff

Member
You accomplish this by going into Sales Order Entry. From the header screen
press F20. From here you can select which fields will get copied from the
header to the detail records. Hope this helps.

Jeff Ezdon
Information Systems Manager
Chambers & Owen, Inc.
1733 Morse Street
Janesville, WI 53545

(Voice) 608-752-7865 Ext. 219
(Fax) 608-752-3126
(E-mail) jeff@chambers-owen.com
http://www.chambers-owen.com
 
Doug,

You can define which fields are updated from the order header to detail by
pressing F20 from the order header screen. A '4' next to the field means that
it is updated from the header to the detail records. Remove the '4' next to
payment terms and press F6 to save the change. Keep in mind that this means
that the payment terms will NEVER be updated from the order header to the
detail and that this is in effect for all versions of SOE (the fields to update
are stored in the UDC table 42/DF). You can also leave processing option 19
(Enter '1' to automatically load header values to the detail lines after a
change. If left blank, it must be done manually.) on Sales order entry blank .
The users would then have to press F18 to update header information into the
detail file. This in conjunction with F20 can be used to control what is
updated when, but you would have to train the users to always review what is
updated before pressing F18.

You said the payment term is coming from advanced pricing. Do you mean
preference profiles? If that's the case you may want to just run a batch
version of the preference profile processing nightly (say before invoicing) to
correct the payment terms (program P40840). I had the same problem and this is
how I got around it. I called JDE on this and got the works as designed
response and recommended the batch version of pref. profiles to correct the
payment terms.

Hope that helps.

Gary
 

DBelcher

Active Member
Phil,

Thanks. It's one of those things you remember from somewhere but just can't
nail it down.

Douglas Belcher
KV Pharmaceutical Inc.
St. Louis MO
Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of my employer




Doug Belcher
St Louis MO
Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of my employer
A7.3c10
 

DBelcher

Active Member
Gary and all,

Thanks for the excellent information. I really appreciate the help.

Douglas Belcher
KV Pharmaceutical Inc.
St. Louis MO
Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of my employer




Doug Belcher
St Louis MO
Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of my employer
A7.3c10
 
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