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Cycle Count Adjustment For IBLPN In Received Status Creates Two Rows (Doc ID 2795751.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 09, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management Enterprise Edition Cloud Service - Version 21.1 to 21.3 [Release 21]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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User performs a cycle count on a location.
During cycle count adjustment, an IBLPN in Received status is physically found in a location.
When the CC adjustment is approved, IBLPN data is corrupted during inventory movement to the new location.


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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There should only be one (1) record with Lock code attribute (inventory attribute O) value as PIC after CC.
 

STEPS TO REPRODUCE
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Responsibility: Oracle Warehouse on Cloud > Select company/facility.

2. Receive an LPN - do not locate.

3. Use Radio Frequency RF-Text: Cycle Cnt {locn} with parameters as follows.
  Module Parameter                            Module  Type     Value
auto-approve-rule-name                       Text
mfb-restrict-to-curr-fld                        Selection
extra-item-property-disp                     Selection
prompt-pallet-position                         Selection
prompt-for-pallet                                Selection
deferred-approval-mode                      Selection       Manual approval
always-verify-serial-nbrs                      Selection
update-locn-invn-mode                       Selection
content-count                                    Selection
infer-prepack-parent-item                    Selection


4.See Locn: F1 -AB - 20 - 01
  LPN: XMC0427003
  Rescan

5. Review results at User Interface UI: IBLPN
  see 2 rows for same item/location



Cause

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