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Order Allocation And Replenishment Fails When Location's Max Capacity Is Greater Than Order Pool Qty (Doc ID 2616935.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 18, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management Enterprise Edition Cloud Service - Version 19.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 19.3 version, Core Product Functionality

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Order Allocation and Replenishment fails when location's max capacity is greater than order pool qty.

WIth the following two new functionalities in19c:
- Over allocate beyond location's maximum capacity
- Round up to nearest UOM

Please see below the following scenario:
Order QTY = 136
Inventory = 7 IBLPNs of 45 in Reserve and 0 in Active
Permanent Location Min = 10
Permanent Location Max = 150

When attempting Order Based Replenishment, replenishment is created for 3 LPNs and the order doesn't allocate - This should not happen.

When the location's max is changed from 150 to 120 (below the order pool quantity), the system allocates beyond the location's max capacity to the closest UOM to fulfill order qty 136. Thus replenishing 4 IBLPNs of 45 which gives 180 and the system allocates the order.

When the location's max is changed from 150 to something which is a multiple of the IBLPN of 45, like 180. The system creates replenishment for 4 IBLPNs of 45 which gives 180 and allocates the order.

THUS, when the Location's max capacity is greater than the order pool but less than the multiple (180, which is enough for order qty), then the replenishment allocates short and the order fails to allocate.


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Expectation is that the replenishment work correctly for all three of the above scenarios.


Cause

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