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Dynamic Locators Created on Receiving Forms Are Created With Null Status (Doc ID 1324649.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 05, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version 12.0.6 to 12.1.3 [Release 12 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Form:RCVRCERC.FMB - Enter Receipts
Form:RCVTXERT.FMB - Enter Receiving Transactions
Form:INVSAFDH.FMB - Define Stock Locator


Find that the status field is not populated on the stock locator form for the dynamically created locator on Receiving forms. Locator status should take the status indicated as 'Default Locator Status' for the subinventory.
The issue also existed in Enter Miscellaneous transactions form INVTTMTX and has been solved applying <Patch 8537009>

. Inventory Responsibility
. Setup / Items
     Create item with Locator Control = Dynamic Entry
 . Setup / Organizations / Subinventories INVSDSUB
     Create locator controlled Subinventory
     Locator Control = Dynamic Entry
     Default Locator Status = Good 
     (Via examine DEFAULT_LOC_STATUS_ID= 51 )

. Transactions / Miscellaneous transactions INVTTMTX 
    Perform miscellaneous account receipt on new locator 1.1. for the Item / Subinventory Locator
    Create Locator 1.1.
. Setup / Organizations / Stock Locators INVSAFDH form
     Locator 1.1. in Subinventory has correct
     Status Good so for inventory transaction locator status has been correctly defaulted
. Purchasing Responsibility
. Purchase Orders / Purchase Orders
     Enter and approve standard purchase order for the item 
. Receiving / Receipts 
     Search for PO
     Receive / Deliver a quantity on new locator 1.2.
. Setup / Organizations / Stock Locators INVSAFDH form
     Locator 1.2. has Status Null so for receipt transaction locator status has Not been correctly defaulted
     ( Via examine STATUS_ID= null )


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