Delete Reservation For Expired Lot Fails With Error: Another process has consumed the required material.

(Doc ID 2191696.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 10, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
INVRSVF1.fmb (Reservation Form)
INV_TRX_FAIL_DO_CHK: The transaction has failed. Another process has consumed the required material. Please delete this transaction record, close and re-open the form in order to re-enter the transaction.

Symptoms

Receive an error attempting to delete a reservation for an expired lot.

* Note: This also impacts trying to delete a reservation from a process manufacturing (OPM) batch where the same reservation form opens from OPM.


Error
The transaction has failed. Another process has consumed the required material. Please delete this transaction record, close and re-open the form in order to re-enter the transaction.

(Standard error INV_TRX_FAIL_DO_CHK)



Steps
1. Navigate to Inventory > Items > Master Items : Create a lot controlled item that has lot expiration.

2. Navigate to Inventory > Transactions > Miscellaneous transactions : Receive quantity with a future expiration date.
* For example, receive 3.24 Each.

3. Navigate to Inventory > Onhand > Reservations : Create 2 different reservations for the same lot (but give a different name or batch for each).
* For example, have 2 reservation lines for 1.62 Each for total of 3.24 Each.

4. Navigate to Inventory > Onhand > Lots : Query the lot > Set the origination / expiration date to the past.

5. Navigate to Inventory > Onhand > Reservations : Query the reservations for the item (See 2 reservations appear)

6. Try to delete 1 of the reservations (using the red-x on the toolbar).

7. The reservation disappears.

8. Save.

9. Receive the error.

Changes

Create multiple reservations on an item/lot where the has a future lot expiration. Then change the lot from valid to expired after it was reserved. 

Note: The item has negative available to reserve:

 

 

Cause

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