Reprint Of Pick Label Type CF Does Not Print Correctly (Doc ID 1680410.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 17, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Warehouse Management System - Version 13.2 to 13.2.8 [Release 13.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

PRINT_LABEL_GROUP_NBR is not updated for CF print on demand (POD) picks.

Steps to recreate:

Test Case 1:
1. Set the label configuration for the CF_PICK_SYS for POD.
2. Assign the CF_PICK process for the item and the FCP location
3. Create 1 distro for the same item for the same dest_id , Run the distribution.
4. Print the wave(first time) the status of the wave is PRINTED and the print_label_group_nbr isNULL
5. Check the PICK_DIRECTIVE table, labels_printed_flag is N
6. Go to reprint null label screen and enter pick_to_container_id and reprint wave.
7. Record in not inserted for label_type 'PICK_CONTAINER' and label_group 'REPRINT
8. Go to print on demand editor and print wave labels.
9. The print_label_group_nbr should be updated for record inserted in 6 and labels_printed_flad should be updated to Y in PICK_DIRECTIVE table.

 


Test Case 2:
1. Set the label configuration for the CF_PICK for POD.
2. Assign the CF_PICK process for the item and the FCP location
3. Create 3 distros (DISTRO1, DISTRO2, DISTRO3) for the same item for the same dest_id (STORE1)   (Make sure that all the distros are created for the same dest_id so that the pick_to_container_id is same for all  the distros).
4. Assign all the 3 distros in the same wave(WAVE1). Run the distribution.
5. Pick Directives are created with the pick_to_container_id being same for all the 3 distros.
6. Print the wave(first time) ,
7. Check the PICK_DIRECTIVE table, labels_printed_flag ='Y' for only one distro (DISTRO1) and labels_printed_flag ='N' for the other two distros (DISTRO2 ,DISTRO3). CONT_LABELS_TO_PRINT table has record for the distro (DISTRO1), status of the wave is PRINTED.
8. When the same wave is tried to print again for the second time, it is reprinting the wave without any error.
9. Check the PICK_DIRECTIVE table, labels_printed_flag becomes 'Y' for the second distro (DISTRO 2) this time. CONT_LABELS_TO_PRINT table has record for the distro (DISTRO2) and the record for the distro DISTRO1 is deleted this time .
10 Now go to manual wave review screen , status of the wave is PRINTED. When the same wave is tried to print again for the third time, it is reprinting the wave without any error.
11. Check the PICK_DIRECTIVE table, labels_printed_flag becomes 'Y' for the third distro (DISTRO3) this   time. CONT_LABELS_TO_PRINT table has record for (DISTRO3) and the record for the distro (DISTRO2) is deleted this time.


Test Case 3:
1. Associated CF pick process to an item and the FCP location.
2. Associated B pick Process to another item and the reserve location.
3. Created a stock_order with 3 stock_allocation_lines for CF pick and 3 stock_allocation for B picks all the stock_allocation_lines destined for different dest_ids.
4. Assign the wave and run the distribution and the pick directives are generated.
5. Print the wave. The labels_printed_flag ='Y' in PICK_DIRECTIVE table for only CF picks.
6. Reprint the wave. System allows to reprint the wave and only this time labels_printed_flag is set to 'Y' in PICK_DIRECTIVE table also for B picks.

Cause

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