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Error 'Loc not valid' When Confirm Different Locator Than Default One While Performing Cycle Count In Mobile Applications. (Doc ID 1548514.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

While performing Cycle Count in Mobile Applications, when user enters a Locator different from default one following error appears.

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Loc not valid.
Plea se re-enter.
Press any key to continue.
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Test Case
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Oracle Applications : 12.1.3
 
 1. Define an <ITEM 1> and assign to <WMS ORG 1> (WMS enabled Org)
 2. Define a Subinventory <SUBINV 1> with pre-specified Locators <Locator 1>,<Locator 2>
 3. Perform Misc. Receipt into Suinv/loc/lpn : <SUBINV 1>/<Locator 1>/<LPN 1>
 4. Create a Cycle Count for the subinventory <SUBINV 1>
  Name : <ITEM-CC>
  Unscheduled Entries : Enabled.
  Included the Item.
 5. Create a Manual Requests.
 6. Run "Generate cycle count requests" concurrent request.
 7. Cycle Count Request has been generated in the Cycle Count Entries form.
  Item : <ITEM 1>
  Subinventory/Locator : <SUBINV 1>/<Locator 1>
  Parent LPN : <LPN 1>
 8. Perform Subinventory transfer from location <Locator 1> to <Locator 2>
 9. Navigate to WMS Control Board and see the pending cycle count task.
  Updated the status to 'Queued' and assigned to an Employee.
 10. Navigate to Mobile Applications > Tasks > Directed Tasks > Warehousing > Counting
 11. Scheduled Cycle Count Tasks appears
 12. Confirmed the Subinventory and Entered a diff locator <Locator 2> against <Locator 1> and following error appears.
 
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 Loc not valid.
 Plea se re-enter.
 Press any key to continue.
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Solution

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