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  1. #1

    Moving an order to a different branch/plant

    Is there a program that will let me move an entire order from one branch/plant
    to another? For example, a user enters an order into branch/plant 1 and then
    realizes that they really want it to ship out of branch/plant 2. As far as I
    can tell, it appears to me that they would have to change the branch/plant in
    the all the detail lines. since changes in the header are not brought down to
    the detail. We are on A7.3.11

    Thanks,

    Gary Gallant






  2. #2

    Re: Moving an order to a different branch/plant

    Gary, Add PHMCU to UDC table 43/DF. Call up the header for the order and
    change the branch/plant. While still in the header, hit F18. This will
    update the branch/plant into all detail records.
    Kris

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Gary Gallant" <Gary.Gallant@unilever.com>
    To: <jdeworldml@jdelist.com>
    Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 1:39 PM
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    > Is there a program that will let me move an entire order from one
    branch/plant
    > to another? For example, a user enters an order into branch/plant 1 and
    then
    > realizes that they really want it to ship out of branch/plant 2. As far
    as I
    > can tell, it appears to me that they would have to change the branch/plant
    in
    > the all the detail lines. since changes in the header are not brought down
    to
    > the detail. We are on A7.3.11
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Gary Gallant
    >
    >
    >
    >
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    Kris Grossman
    A73 Cum 11

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    RE: Moving an order to a different branch/plant

    Do a F18 from the order header and you can change what information is written to the detail lines.




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    Re: Moving an order to a different branch/plant

    Or table 42/DF for sales
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Gary Gallant" <Gary.Gallant@unilever.com>
    To: <jdeworldml@jdelist.com>
    Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 1:39 PM
    Subject: Moving an order to a different branch/plant ~~0:1935


    > Is there a program that will let me move an entire order from one
    branch/plant
    > to another? For example, a user enters an order into branch/plant 1 and
    then
    > realizes that they really want it to ship out of branch/plant 2. As far
    as I
    > can tell, it appears to me that they would have to change the branch/plant
    in
    > the all the detail lines. since changes in the header are not brought down
    to
    > the detail. We are on A7.3.11
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Gary Gallant
    >
    >
    >
    >
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    >
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    Kris Grossman
    A73 Cum 11

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    Re: Moving an order to a different branch/plant


    My company wants to start using the inventory system's ABC Analysis (P4164)
    for Items based on sales.

    We've been comparing an item's sales amount on the ABC analysis report to
    the sales amount total of the Item history (F42119) records. The ABC
    analysis is set up to use the (F4115) file. Differences have beed noticed

    It was discovered that regular warehouse sales orders update the Sales
    Amount field in F4115 with the extended price from the order (which is
    expected). However, an interbranch sale (When the header branch is not
    equal to the detail branch) updates the Sales amount field in F4115 with
    the extended cost from the sales order. (I assume the reason for this is
    that the detail branch is in effect "selling" the item to the header
    branch at cost.)

    My company does not charge a "markup" to the header branch for an
    interbranch sale and we do not create interbranch invoices. If we did how
    would the update of interbranch invoices affect the sales amount field in
    F4115? Is this when the Extended sales amount updates the Sales Amount
    bucket in F4115? Will the Header branch record for the item in F4115 get
    updated with the extended sales amount?

    Thanks in advance for your attention.




  6. #6

    RE: RE: Moving an order to a different branch/plant

    I tried the F20 to setup the fields to update in the detail as well as adding
    the entry to 42/DF manually. The program P40HDR has the fields hard coded in
    it so MCU did not show up. I also looked at the program X40HDR and it has no
    logic to handle a change in MCU. My guess is that there were too many issues
    to address around updating this from the header (commitments, line status to
    not update, etc.) so they did not give it as an option.

    Gary




  7. #7

    RE: Moving an order to a different branch/plant

    We have found that changing the branch plant on the line item in a sales
    order throws off the commitment amount in the F41021, JDE help desk
    recommends deleting the line and keying in a new line with the correct
    branch plant... Perhaps you could use the copy order function and change the
    bp before you actually create your order??




  8. #8

    Re: Moving an order to a different branch/plant

    Gary,

    Changing of BP at a line detail level could lad to the
    following problems:

    1) The next numbers will get alloted from the original
    BP on which order is entered. There is no way by which
    you could generate next number from the replaced BP
    block.

    2) You need to examine effect if you are running DRP.

    Caution:
    If you wish to change BP in spite of the above
    pitfalls, you should use Change Order option to make
    any changes and allow system to generate change order
    number for all the status codes.

    Regards,

    Niranjan

    --- Gary Gallant <Gary.Gallant@unilever.com> wrote:
    > Is there a program that will let me move an entire
    > order from one branch/plant
    > to another? For example, a user enters an order
    > into branch/plant 1 and then
    > realizes that they really want it to ship out of
    > branch/plant 2. As far as I
    > can tell, it appears to me that they would have to
    > change the branch/plant in
    > the all the detail lines. since changes in the
    > header are not brought down to
    > the detail. We are on A7.3.11
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Gary Gallant
    >
    >
    >
    >
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