High Level Reservations not Deleted after Transacting Automatically Created Move Order
(Doc ID 1679438.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019
Oracle Process Manufacturing Process Execution - Version 12.1.3 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
Process Execution parameters has both the Create High Level Reservations and Create Move Orders parameters checked, so that when a batch is created a high level reservation is created for each ingredient and a move order is created. When the move order is then allocated and transacted, a detailed reservation is created for the material that was moved, but the high level reservation remains, so that twice the required quantity is reserved.
If the move order is instead created through Picking, then the high level reservation is correctly removed when the move order is transacted.
EXPECTED BEHAVIOR ----------------------- Expect the high level reservation to go away, just like it does when the move order is created by picking.
STEPS ----------------------- The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps: 1. Set GME parameters to automatically create high level reservations and move orders when creating batch 2. Create batch 3. Go to Transact Move Orders screen, manually allocate move order, and transact it. 4. Go back to batch and look at reservations. There are now two reservation lines, the original high level reservation and the one created when the move order was transacted.
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