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Problems with Entering Text for Recipe Routing Steps (Doc ID 1980301.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Process Manufacturing Product Development - Version 12.2.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.2.3 version, Product Development Recipes

Problems remain with text for recipe routing steps even after applying <patch 19180374>.

Create a paragraph for table fm_rout_dtl, and a different paragraph for table gmd_recipe_routing_steps.
On the routing, enter text for a step.
On a recipe that uses this step, go to the Step Quantity tab and click onto the step that has text from the routing.
Go to Edit Text. You see the paragraphs set up for fm_rout_dtl, not gmd_recipe_routing_steps.
Select the paragraph for which you entered text on the routing. Nothing displays (this is a change made by the patch).
Enter text and save.
Go to Edit Text again, and now you see the paragraphs set up for gmd_recipe_routing_steps. You can now enter and save text for those, but where the text went that you just entered and saved previously is a mystery.

<Patch 19180374> stopped the user from being able to update the text on the routing from the recipe, which is good, but the current behavior still does not make sense. You initially see the routing paragraphs, but selecting one doesn't actually display the data that was entered on the routing, and you can enter and save text but then you cannot retrieve it.

The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, users lose the text they enter the first time on the recipe, and must either enter text that will disappear or make some other change before they can enter text for the correct gmd_recipe_routing_step paragraphs.




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