Stock Count Fails for Departments Having Items Count Greater Than Breakdown Limit (Doc ID 2238631.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 02, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management - Version 14.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

In Store Inventory Management (SIM) version 14.1.2, when trying to add items to stock count greater than the User Interface limit, the extracted stock counts are not consistent.

 

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

Per-requisite: All Product Group have Hierarchy Breakdown set to 'NONE'

Scenario 1:

1. Set UNIT_AND_AMOUNT_COUNT_UI_LIMIT = 10;
2. Create a product group Unit&Amount type with more than 10 items;
3. Schedule the group;
4. Go to Inventory Management - Stock Counts - Future Stock Count;
5. Double click on the future count to generate the details;
6. You will receive an error that said "no items generated for future stock count" and no stock count will be generated;
7. One stock count with two children should be created.

Scenario 2:

1. Set UNIT_AND_AMOUNT_COUNT_UI_LIMIT = 100;
2. Create a product group Unit&Amount type with more than 100 items, for minimum 2 departments - one department should be below limit 100 and one department more than limit 100. e.g. dept 111 have 24 items and 1102 detergents have 603 items;
3. Schedule the group;
4. Go to Inventory Management - Stock Counts - Future Stock Count;
5. Double click on the future count to generate the details;
6. Check the number of items extracted it is 100;
7. One stock count with 7 children, as there are 627 items total should be created.

Scenario 3:

1. Set UNIT_AND_AMOUNT_COUNT_UI_LIMIT = 50;
2. Create a product group Unit&Amount type with more than 50 items, for minimum 2 departments - both department should be below limit 20 and 40 items. But the total number should be more than limit;
3. The Stock Count is generated correctly;
4. One stock count with two children should be created.

Changes

 

Cause

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