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Argentina-Cannot Enter A Transaction-Ask For A Batch Source (Doc ID 1364329.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 10, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Form:ARXTWMAI.FMB - Transactions


In Argentina Localization, trying to enter a transaction, but the system asks for a Batch Source and cannot continue. When try to enter a Source, the LOV is empty.

When entry a manual invoice, the List Of Values of the Batch Source Name does not show all batch source name previously created.

Steps to recreate this problem
a) Define Lookup Codes for branch Numbers and document letters (Quick codes) :
b) Choose branch numbering method -POINT OF SALE (System Options)
c) Define Document Letters (Setup/Document Numbering/Document Letters)
d) Define Imported Transaction source (Setup/Transactions/Sources)

Source Name Branch Number
Source_Imp_1 0001
Source_imp_2 0002

e) Define Manual Transaction Sources (Setup/Transactions/Sources)

Source Name Branch Number Imported Source
Source_Man_1 0001 Source_Imp_1
Source_Man_2 0002 Source_imp_2

f) Define Source/transaction Mapping (Setup/Document Numbering/Source-Type Mappings)
g) Assign Brach Numbers to Inventory Organization locations (Organization/Locations)
Location Inventory Organization Branch Number
Loc_1 Vision Operation 0001
Loc_2 Vision Operation 0002

h) In define organization form you associate the location -Loc_1- to your Inventory Organization.

The problems is : When you try to create a manual invoice, the LOV of batch source only shows the manual source tied to branch 0001 (Source_Imp_1). Likewise, if the customer assigns in step h) the location Loc_2 , then the LOV of batch source only shows the manual source tied to the branch 0002 (Source_imp_2).


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