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Radial Putaway: Cannot Perform CTRL+K Command To Get Next Directed Location (Doc ID 2518577.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management Enterprise Edition Cloud Service - Version 9.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 18C version, Core Product Functionality

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Radial putaway: Cannot perform CTRL+K command to get next directed location

 

Description issue. Under directed radil putaway flavor, system displays the directed location to locate the LPN.

However if the location is not available physically for some reason, user should be able to perform CTRL+K

command button in RF.  When user performs this command the RF screen only blinks and still displays the

same location.

 
 

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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 According to the location size type of the IBLPN and a
proper radial putaway priority, system should direct user to the next valid
location when hitting CTRL+K button.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. - IBLPN has putaway type XXXX-BBB.
According to the putaway priority system should look first to the permanent
location set up for sku 1234567 with putaway search mode = empty location. If
location is not empty, system should direct to the next location having
location size type XXXX-BBB with higher putaway sequence. Proceed to
scan the IBLPN in RF_LOC_AAA 


- Then we assume that location is not available for some valid physical or
discrepancy reason, so user hits command CTRL+K to skip location and get next
location but system remains idle. RF screen only blinks.




Cause

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