Wrong Store Receiving of an Intercompany Transfer Writes Incorrect Transactions in Stock Ledger (Doc ID 2122674.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 05, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 13.2.8 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

In Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) 13.2.x, wrong store receiving of an inter-company transfer writes an incorrect transaction into Stock Ledger.


Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Data Setup: Dept level upcharge exists between US Warehouse and CA Stores.  Item has upcharge Allocation (with upcharge) from US Warehouse to CA Store.
  2. Create an Allocation between US warehouse and CA store.
  3. Ship the allocation. (Expected: A tran code 37 is written for CA store and tran code 38 is written for US warehouse)
  4. Receive the allocation in wrong Store (in US store)
  5. Negative 37 records written to reverse shipment to CA Store, and negative 38 records written to reverse shipment from US warehouse.
  6. Negative 29 records written to reverse upcharge to CA Store.
  7. Correct 30 records written to process shipment to US Store, along with tran code 44 written for receiving store and correct 32 record written to process shipment from US warehouse.
  8. Shipment/Shipsku records should be updated.
  9. Inventory at Warehouse should be unchanged.
  10. In Transit at CA Store is reversed and SOH at US Store is increased.


Actual result:  Instead an Intercompany Transfer transaction was written for the US store (i.e., Tran Code – 37), and additionally an upcharge transaction was also written for the US store where there is no upcharge between US warehouse and US store.

Expected result:  Positive transaction (Transfer In Tran Code – 30) should have been written to indicate the shipment to US store.

Cause

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