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Pick Release Is Picking Order Lines From Wrong Subinventories Versus Subinventory Value Populated On Order Line (Doc ID 1505046.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 22, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Shipping Execution - Version to 12.2 [Release 11.5.10 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Business has a few orders where there is a subinventory specified on the order line. Majority of the orders do not have a subinventory specified on the order line. Orders that contain
a subinventory on the order line are released manually while orders without are released using Pick Release - SRS with a pick release rule which does NOT specify a subinventory in
the 'release critieria'.

When pick release is run (in batch or SRS mode) for orders without a subinventory using a pick release rule which does not specify subinventory as release-criteria,  orders which do contain
a subinventory on the order line are also pick released.  Since the release rule has a 'pick from' subinventory' specified,  these orders are picked from the 'pick from' subinventory rather
than the subinventory on the order line.   

The expectation is that if there is a NULL value for the release criteria subinventory, and a NON-NULL subinventory value on the order line then these orders would NOT be eligible for pick release.

Why is pick release releasing orders having lines with a subinventory value populated when it conflicts with the picking rule that does NOT have a subinventory selected as release criteria?


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