Last updated on MARCH 09, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Inventory Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Lot Starting Number leading zeros are being removed from the item when creating Jobs.
- Inventory Parameters > Lot Generation = At Item Level
* Also Zero pad suffix = No.
- Item lot starting number begins with 0.
- WIP Parameters > Discrete (tab) > Default lot type = Based on inventory rules.
What is working
This issue is only found when a lot is assigned via the Discrete Job form.
All other forms tested with auto lot generation work as expected and lot starting number is not affected.
The issue only occurs when starting number begins with zeros (0s).
Leading zero should remain in Item
1) Navigate to Inventory > Items > Organizational Items > Inventory tab
2) Enter a Lot starting number that begins with a zero (0). For example, prefix 92 and starting number 070.
* The issue only occurs when starting number begins with zeros (0s).
3) Navigate to Work in Process (WIP) > Discrete Jobs > Create a job
* See the lot number is assigned to the job automatically upon entering the assembly. At this point the lot is correct with the leading zero.
WIPDJMDF form Nav: WIP >> Discrete >> Discrete Jobs
4) Go Back to Item form (Navigate to Inventory > Items > Organizational Items > Inventory tab)
5) See the starting number has the leading zero removed. Therefore all future jobs will have an incorrect lot number assigned. For example, the previx remains 92 but the starting number is now 71. Expect 071.
As the leading zeros are getting removed when a job is created, it leads to a wrong generation of lot numbers for subsequent lots that are generated using lot form, PO receipts or WIP jobs.
Wrong lots will lead to multiple compliance issue and customer returns.
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