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RMA Line On Charges Is Showing Internal Records For Any Transaction Subtype (Doc ID 1209404.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Teleservice - Version 12.0.4 to 12.1.3 [Release 12 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
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Symptoms

When trying to create an RMA, the return line will take the Item Instance but the shipment line will not allow it.
We are trying to pull a item from LOV (List of Values) and we see different set of instances showing up on return and ship LOV's.

There are already 2 Charges lines submitted successfully:
. Item Instance = 1234 (Item 100-12345).
. Serial Number = 08080-11.
. Order Number: 11111

Need to add 2 new lines in Charges for same Item, but different Instance:
. Item Instance = 5678 (Item 100-12345).
. Serial Number = << NULL >>

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Expected Behavior

In the LOV, this Item Instance is present for Service Activity Code "Ret Ex Un Wrnty - Return".
But is not present for the SAC "Ret Ex Un Wrnty - Ship".

Error

None.
Just when user tries to type (force) a value in the field that is not in the LOV, the following error occurs:
FRM-40212: Invalid value for field C_INT_REFERENCE_NUMBER.

Steps to Reproduce

1. Query existing SR No. and check Charges.
2. Able to populate only the shipment line with the non serial instance.
3. When trying to populate the Receipt line we are getting an error.

Changes

 

Cause

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