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Cannot Pick Release Non-Inventory OPM Items In Release 12 (Doc ID 1481238.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 23, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Shipping Execution - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.1.3 version,

When attempting to Pick Release against a non-quantity tracked subinventory, the following error occurs.

Could not Create Move Order Line for Delivery Detail 248009
Delete Line 9.990000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
No eligible lines to autocreate deliveries

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1) Item Creation
Example Item - ABC

Migrate OPM Non Inventory (Expense) Items into R12 with the following Item Attributes

Main - Item Status = OPM

Inventory - Inventory Item (Checked)
Inventory - Stockable (Checked)
Inventory - Transactable (Checked)
Inventory - Reservable (Checked)

Order Management - Customer Ordered (Checked)
Order Management - Customer Ordere Enabled (Checked)
Order Management - Shippable (Checked)
Order Management - Internal Ordered (Checked)
Order Management - Internal Orderes Enabled (Checked)
Order Management - OE Transaclatble (Checked)

Process Manufacturing - Process Quality Enabled (Checked)
Process Manufacturing - Process Costing Enabled (Checked)
Process Manufacturing - Recipe Enabled (Checked)
Process Manufacturing - Process Execution Enabled (Checked)

Assign these items to a NONINV sub-inventory with following Sub-Inventory Attributes (All other attributes do not have values or are unchecked)

Default Replenishment - Order Quantity
Locator Control - None

2) Sales Order Creation

Create Sales Order Using Order Item = ABC

3) Launch Pick Release

In Shipping Transactions form query Sales Order Created from Step 2 above and attempt Launch Pick Release Action from within the Lines/LPNs Tab

The Line Status does not changed from Ready To Release status to Staged/Pick Confirmed as it did in Release 11i (Pick Selection List Generation concurrent request completes Normal with no errors)




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