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Is there a capability to pick more quantity than allocated for an order? (Doc ID 2656043.1)

Last updated on APRIL 07, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management Enterprise Edition Cloud Service - Version 19.3 and later
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Goal

There is a business scenario which demands the user to pick more than the allocated quantity.
Is there a capability to pick more quantity than allocated for an order?

Note the following detailed scenario:
SKU-1 --> Standard Case Qty of the SKU is 5
While receiving, the user receives inventory of the same SKU with Case Qty as 6.
So there are 2 IBLPNs respectively.

IBLPN1 --> SKU1 --> Total Qty is 30 --> Std Case Qty is 5
IBLPN2 --> SKU1 --> Total Qty is 24 --> Std Case Qty is 6

Now, there is Order1 --> SKU1 --> 26 units.
When the wave is run, the system allocates either 25 units OR 24 units.
Now, there is inventory present in the location for the same SKU.

When the user attempts to pick inventory, is there a capability by the system to allow the user to pick one case extra?
If the allocated quantity is 24, can the user then pick one case extra, that is 29 units or 30 units?


 

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