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The 'Inbound Allocation Quantity' Is Being Incremented When A Transfer/manual Requisition Is Created (Doc ID 2977782.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 06, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising Foundation Cloud Service - Version 23.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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The 'Inbound Allocation Quantity' is being incremented when a transfer/manual requisition is created

We understand that the 'Inbound Allocation Quantity' should only be updated when a stand-alone allocation is created or an allocation is created as a result of replenishment. However, we are seeing that the 'Inbound Allocation Qty' is updated as well as the "Tsf Expected Qty' when we approve a transfer (type = manual requisition) on the Inventory by Location screen.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Inbound Allocation Quantity should only be updated when a stand-alone allocation is created or an allocation is created as a result of replenishment.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1) Ensure there is inventory in a warehouse for an item to allow for a transfer to be created.
2) Check inventory position at the store (to-location) and warehouse (from-location) prior to creating transfer and note the' Inbound Allocation Qty' and the "Transfer Expected Qty' for the store (to-location) on the Inventory by Location screen for the item to be transferred
3) Create a transfer using the type "Manual requisition" from the warehouse to the store and approve
4) Go back to the inventory by location screen and notice the 'Inbound Allocation' quantity has been incremented for the to-location for the amount of the manual requisition in error.

Cause

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