Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Process Manufacturing Process Execution - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 12.1.3 version, Other Issues
Migration 5.0: Ingredient Transaction Correction does not work when the unhand stock = 0
When trying to perform a Production Batch Ingredient -> Correction Transaction on an ingredient line for which the remaining qty of a lot has been consumed by the original transaction, the system does not support the Correct Transaction function.
The error message being given is 'Status "NTT" of Unhand disallows this transaction'. Strange thing is that no unhand stock is remaining (0 kg) so this onhand stock does not have a unhand status of NTT. Only explanation to refer to NTT is that the Items default status is being retrieved as this is NTT.
Transact Material -> WIP RETURN
When trying to perform a WIP RETURN transaction for the same situation (instead of Correction Transaction) the same behavior seems to occur, although the messages are not exactly the same.
The Lot Number TEST#002 of Item xxxxxxx is not available for the transaction
The Lot Number is linked to a Material Status which does not allow this transaction
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Miscellaneous Transaction: Created 300 KG of ingredient - default unhand status = NTT (disallowing WIP transactions)
2. Material Workbench -> Status Update: Changed onhand status from NTT to OKAY (allowing all transactions
3. (Production) Batch Details: Used a WIP Batch and consume 300 KG of this ingredient to perform a WIP Issue transaction -> OK -> Remaining Onhand Qty = 0
Tried to perform a (Inventory menu) Transaction Correction transaction for the same ingredient, when trying to do so got Error: Status "NTT" of Unhand disallows this transaction
Instead of performing a Correction Transaction I tried to perform a WIP Return (Inventory -> Transact Material -> WIP Return) transaction for the same ingredient. The same result (in different wording)
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