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FA:SCM:MFG: WIE_WOOT_INVALID_LSER_IMP: Transactions with pull components that are lot and serial controlled cannot be executed. (Doc ID 2468757.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 09, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Manufacturing Cloud Service - Version 11.13.18.05.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 11.13.18.05.0 version, Imports

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Unable to create Operation Transactions using REST API.

When user tries to call the REST API using the below Payload, user receives the below specified error message.

POST: /manufacturingApi/resources/latest/operationTransactions

However all the components are Push in Operation 60. When user tries to complete the work order manually same item the system does not return any error.

Payload used:

{
  "SourceSystemCode" : "FUSION_MOBILE",
  "SourceSystemType" : "EXTERNAL",
  "OperationTransactionDetail" : [{
  "SourceSystemCode" : "FUSION_MOBILE",
  "OrganizationCode" : "V1",
  "FromDispatchState" : "READY",
  "ToDispatchState" : "COMPLETE",
  "TransactionQuantity" : 1,
  "WoOperationSequenceNumber" : 60,
  "WorkOrderNumber" : "WORK1",
  "ComplSubinventoryCode" : "RAW",
  "TransactionLot":[{
  "LotNumber": "FG-005",
  "TransactionQuantity": 1
  }]
  }]
}

ERROR
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WIE_WOOT_INVALID_LSER_IMP
Transactions with pull components that are lot and serial controlled cannot be executed.


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create a Work Order
2. Operation 50 should be enabled for Automatically Transact and should consist of Operation Pull Components
3. Operation 60 which is last operation should be count point and should consist of Push Components.

Cause

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