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EBS WMS: Print Putaway Tag Using Packing Workbench Failed With Error Message LPN Validation Failed (Doc ID 1598960.1)

Last updated on JULY 08, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : 12.1.3 version, Inbound Processing

When attempting to print put away tag using Packing workbench system is showing error message stating that " Online transaction Failed".
RCV11i shows there are records stuck in the po_interface_errors. The LPN_Context shows in-transit.


ERROR
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Packing workbench - Online transaction Failed
po_interface_errors - WMSINB-18358:LPN validation failed. Please check log for details

Debug Log

INV_RCV_INTEGRATION_PVT($Revision: 120.92.12010000.124 $): VALIDATE_LOT_SERIAL_INFO: SERIAL NOT ENTERED ON PARENT: WMSINB-23287
INV_RCV_INTEGRATION_PVT($Revision: 120.92.12010000.124 $): Exitting VALIDATE_LOT_SERIAL_INFO - execution error:2013-10-09 05:09:34:WMSINB-23421
INV_RCV_INTEGRATION_PVT($Revision: 120.92.12010000.124 $): STACKED ERROR MESSAGES : |Fail to validate serials|Txn Success.
INV_RCV_MOBILE_PROCESS_TXN: rcv_online_request 90.1 finished with error :rvtptcontrol failed
INV_RCV_MOBILE_PROCESS_TXN: rcv_process_receive_txn 30.1: rcv_online_request RAISE FND_API.G_EXC_ERROR;2013-10-09 05:09:35
WMS_RCV_PUP_PVT($Revision: 120.7.12010000.5 $): PACK_UNPACK_SPLIT: Error - Rcv TM Failed PackingWB: Called WMS_RCV_PUP_PVT.pack_unpack_split API, return_status=U,msg_count=2,msg_data=
PackingWB: Error in process_txn
PackingWB: ERROR Code =1
PackingWB: ERROR Message=User-Defined Exception
PackingWB_Form: Called
WMS_PACKING_WORKBENCH_PVT.process_txn x_return_status=E, x_proc_msg=Online transaction failed.

Cause

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