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19C: Changes in Sequencing / Sequence Counter in WMS Cloud 19C and Above. (Doc ID 2625314.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 02, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

WMS Cloud Inquiry Screens such as - IBLPN, OBLPN, WAVE, OUPUT INTERFACE, IHT, ORDER etc, use sequence counters to generate record numbers (for example IBLPN NBr or Wave Nbr ) or filenames (ACME_PRODC00000245705.xml) that are automatically generated by the system.  Users notice these record numbers APPEAR to have gaps.

Example 1 :
Wave245705
Wave245703
Wave245702
Wave245701
Wave245700
Wave245697
Wave245696
Wave245692
Wave245684

 

Example 2 :
ACME_PRODC00000245705.xml
ACME_PRODC00000245703.xml
ACME_PRODC00000245702.xml
ACME_PRODC00000245701.xml
ACME_PRODC00000245700.xml
ACME_PRODC00000245697.xml
ACME_PRODC00000245696.xml
ACME_PRODC00000245692.xml
ACME_PRODC00000245684.xml

Changes

 This issue affects customers on 19C and above.

Cause

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