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When You Receive Item From Wrong Container/Carton in SIM the IN_TRANSIT_QTY Gets Incremented (Doc ID 2861607.1)

Last updated on APRIL 08, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 16.0.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Find that when you receive an item in the wrong Container (Carton) in Store Inventory Management (SIM), the in_transit for the item/store combination increases.

Steps to Reproduce
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1. Ensure that the below fields in the SYSTEM_OPTIONS are set to BL.

TSF_FORCE_CLOSE_IND: - BL
TSF_OVER_RECEIPT_IND - BL
SIM_FORCE_CLOSE_IND - BL

2. Create a Single Location Order for a Wh location.
3. Add two Items in the Order Distribution Task
4. Approve the Order.
5. In the Allocation application, open Create Standard Allocation task.
6. Choose PO and type the PO number and Search.
7. Select the Items and click the Create Worksheet task.
8. Select the Items and click the Create Allocation task.
9. Choose the locations where you need to send the Items.
10. Select two Stores.
11. Edit Policies and select Demand Source as Manual
12. Enter half the Order Quantity (Available Qty/Final Allocated Qty) to each of the two locations.
13. Save the Allocation and on the Workflow menu, choose Approve.
14. Go back to the Order Details task and notice it has the Allocations.
15. Receive the Order at the Wh
16. Then ship the Order from Wh to Stores.
17. Receive the shipment
18. Go back to Order -> Order Detail.
19. Notice that the Allocated Qty SUOM and Allocated Qty SUOM are correct.
20. Now dispatch from Wh to Store.
21. Create Bill of Lading
21a. Split the Qty into two halves for two cartons.
22. If you receive the item from the wrong carton, the IN_TRANSIT_QTY increases.





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