Scanning The Master Container Gives Irrelevant Warning (Doc ID 2116803.1)

Last updated on MARCH 28, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Warehouse Management System - Version 12.0.9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When the user scans the master container (pick to container from pick directive) and press F1 they end up with a very different warning "Other than last container in the pick sequence scanned. SHORT pick (Y/N)." and this is irrelevant .
This happens when for same pick from container id having 2 different store container and scanning the container having highest pick order .

Steps to recreate

Scenario 1

1. SCP setup : labeled_reserve = N labeled_picking = Y
2. Create three stock orders(distros) for the same item going to the same store
3. Ensure that one pallet in reserve will satisfy all the three orders.
4. Attach all the three distros to the same wave.
5. Run the distribution engine, one pick_to_container_id is created for all the three distros.
6. Scan the master container id and click on F1
7. The message “Other than last container in the pick sequence scanned. Short pick (Yes/No)” pops up.

 

Scenario 2

When the user scans the child container ( whose master is the pick_to_container_id from pick_directive table) in :CONT_PICK_LBL_CHILD_LBL_PICK.LAST PICK and click on enter, a different warning “Other than last container in the pick sequence scanned. Short pick (Y/N). “ pops up.

1. SCP setup labeled_reserve = N labeled_picking = Y
2. Create three distros for the same item going to the same store
3. Ensure that one pallet in reserve will satisfy all the three orders.
4. Attach all the three distros to the same wave.
5. Run the distribution engine, one pick_to_container_id is created for all the three distros.
6. Scan the master container id and click on F1
7. Confirm the pick_from_container_id
8. Enter a child container of a different pick in :CONT_PICK_LBL_CHILD_LBL_PICK.LAST PICK
9. Message “Other than last container in the pick sequence scanned. Short pick (Y/N). “ pops up.

Cause

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