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Inspection Results Are Not Saved But Visible in View Quality Results If Clicking Botton Form RCVTXERT / Transfer Transaction Created Instead of Accept / Reject TXN (Doc ID 1952328.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 03, 2023

Applies to:

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


Find in Oracle Inventory, when first moving cursor to fields of the bottom of Receiving Transactions RCVTXERT form and then doing inspect transaction,
System will not create the expected inspect transaction but instead creates ' Transfer ' transaction.

The issue only happens only when user clicks on to copy receipt # or Order number
in "Receiving Transactions" form and keeps the cursor in the same field and
then clicking on "Inspect" button. 

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1) Set profile option  QA:PO Inspection  to "Oracle Quality" 

Diagnostics__Apps_Check_ shows                                                                            
User Profile Option Name                   Profile Option Value                                                   
=========================   ==============                                                      
QA:PO Inspection                             1         

2) Define Quality Collection  plan

3) Enter and approve standard PO number. At shipment level inspection required.

4) Receiving / Receipts
Perform Receipt for quantity 2, destination type receiving.

5) Receiving / Receiving Transactions RCVTXERT form.
Search for PO 
One line is retrieved with destination type Receiving
Select line , tick the line.

6) Click on the bottom of the screen (for example to copy the receipt number), the line initially selected changes from
'Yellow' to  'White' color but still check box ' Inspect ' is enabled.

7) Soon after copying the receipt # or Order #, click on 'Inspect' button and enter the inspection result and click on 'OK' button:
On Enter Quality Results form, for specific Collection Plan  Enter Qty Rcvd = 2
Qty  Accept= 2
Inspection Result = Accept

Click on 'OK button' system displays a message 

Back on Receiving Transactions form
Enter location and Save

8) Receiving / Receiving Transactions RCVTXERT  
Returning to check the receipt
The receipt is still in ' Not inspected – Inspected required'  inspection status. But the field ' Parent Type ' changed from ' Receive ' to  ' Transfer '.

9) Receiving / Receiving Transactions Summary RCVRCVR form
Search for PO
See Receive and Transfer Transactions

10) In Manufacturing Responsibility
Quality / Results / Inquiries / View Quality Results
Check the Quality result  on the collection plan
The line with the 2 parts accepted is well present for Po  / Item 

11)  Run Receiving data collection script
Transaction_Id Transaction_Type Transaction_Date Quantity Unit_Of_Measure Shipment_Header_Id Shipment_Line_Id User_Entered_Flag Source_Document_Code Destination_Type_Code Parent_Transaction_Id Po_Header_Id Po_Line_Id Po_Line_Location_Id Organization_Id Inspection_Status_Code Qa_Collection_Id
     a               RECEIVE    11-20-2014 14:16 2 Each b     c      Y PO RECEIVING  -1           d   e  f  .... NOT INSPECTED ....
     a1             TRANSFER  11-20-2014 15:29 2 Each b     c      Y PO RECEIVING   a           d   e  f  .... NOT INSPECTED .....

Transaction_Id a1
Transaction_Type TRANSFER
Quantity 2
Unit_Of_Measure Each
Shipment_Header_Id  b
Shipment_Line_Id      c
Source_Document_Code PO
Destination_Type_Code RECEIVING
Parent_Transaction_Id a
Po_Header_Id d
Po_Line_Id e
Po_Line_Location_Id f
Organization_Id .....
Inspection_Status_Code NOT INSPECTED
Qa_Collection_Id .....

Transaction_Type ACCEPT in error

Error_Message RVSUT-025: ORA-01403: no data found Cause: A SQL error has occurred in RVSUT. The SQL error is &LSQL_ERR. Action: Take note of both this error number and the actions you were t


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