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Multiple Pick Drop Label Requests Generated For Single LPN Drop Transaction (Doc ID 1608146.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 06, 2021

Applies to:

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


On : 12.1.3 version, Warehouse Shipping

In the Release 12.1.3 of the Oracle Warehouse Management System,  the Shipping Content Labels on the Pick Drop Tasks were printed multiple times when the new LPNs were dropped into the transfer LPNs. This behavior was due to the Shipping Content Labels on the Pick Drop Task were printed on outer LPN level.

Additionally, the shipping content label printed the outer LPN.            

However in Release the system printed only one shipping content label.


Users expected to have the same behavior that was common in
They also expected the ability to select the new behavior that was also provided which printed  the Shipping Content Label  multiple times  when a new LPN was dropped into the transfer LPN.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Drop 1 single LPN with more LPNs consolidated


Upgrade from Release to Release 12

In Oracle Warehouse Management System, customer can configure  
a. Whether Shipping Content Label for Pick drop task is printed on outer LPN level or not.                              
b. Whether the inner LPN or the outer LPN should get printed on the shipping content label.     

New Behavior

Configurable parameters in wms_label_custom_pkg.config_shipping_content_label for pick drop
l_outerlpn_label_for_pickdrop=Y, labels printed on outer LPN level
l_outerlpn_label_for_pickdrop=N, labels printed on inner LPN level
l_print_outerLPN_for_pickdrop=Y outer LPN is printed on labels
l_print_outerLPN_for_pickdrop=N inner LPN is printed on labels


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