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WMS Cannot Allocate Packed Quantity in Transact Move Orders Form (INVTOTRX) (Doc ID 1486378.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 19, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Oracle Inventory Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Form:INVTOTRX.fmb - Transact Move Orders
Form:INVPCKLT.fmb - Select Available Inventory

Symptoms

When attempting to allocate packed material in Transact Move Orders form (INVTOTRX), the following error occurs.

Error

Issue reported with the example of lot controlled items.

-- Expectation
Expect the system to allow allocating material that is packed into LPNs as well. (in WMS organizations)
It should work irrespective of the Allocation Mode set on the related WMS Pick rule.

-- Steps
1. Go to Transact Move Orders form.
2. Query any untransacted move order for a lot controlled item with some packed on hand (and available) quantity.
3. Click View / Update Allocations.
You are now in Move Order Line Allocations window.
Remove the existing allocation(s) if any, save and again click View / Update Allocations.
4. Click Select Available Inventory
5. You are now in Select Available Inventory window.
Select a record for a packed lot with Available Qty higher than the requested quantity on the move order line.
Enter the move order requested quantity in field Selected Transaction Qty.
Press Done.
6. You are back to Move Order Line Allocations window.
Save
See the reported error.
See Available = 0 (zero) at the bottom.

-- Business impact
Due to this issue, users cannot allocate move orders properly and cannot deliver the material for further Manufacturing or Logistics operations.

Changes

 

Cause

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