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Expired Date Lock Code Not Getting Assigned After Receiving Expiring Inventory (Doc ID 2654913.1)

Last updated on APRIL 01, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management Enterprise Edition Cloud Service - Version 19.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

On : 19.4 version, Core Product Functionality

Issue with Expired Date Lock Code not getting assigned after receiving expiring inventory

There are some issues when receiving an expiring item.

The screen used for this flow is RF-Text: Recv {lpn} Load.

The screen parameter 'expired-invn-lockcode' is set to 'EXP' (Pre-configured Lock Code)

The WMS does not fully validate and add Lock Codes to any expired inventory during and after the receiving process.

The WMS will not assign an EXP lock code if the item was received on the same day it expired. For example, the item expiration date is 3/6/2020 and was received on 3/6/2020.

The WMS will not assign an EXP lock code in the future if the item expired after it was received. For example, the item expiration date is 3/7/2020 and was received on 3/6/2020.

Why?
 

Solution

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