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Reverting a Batch or Step to WIP Always Recreates Pending Product Lot, Does not Give User an Option (Doc ID 2203858.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 23, 2020

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, Batches

When unreleasing a step (which is in WIP status), the question, "Recreate reservations and pending product lots (y/n)" is displayed. When selecting 'Yes' in the message, the ingredients that were transacted in that step are in fact reserved again. When selecting 'No', ingredient reservations are not re-created. This is clear.

Considering the product, when reverting to WIP a completed step, the step status changes to 'WIP', and the product that was transacted in that step is added in the pending lot record. Note that the message 'Recreate reservations and pending product lots (y/n)' is not displayed. Only when Unreleasing the step is the message displayed. Now, since the pending lot was already recreated while reverting the step to WIP, selecting 'Yes' or 'No' has no effect on the pending product lot.

Note that the Yield and Consumption types are 'Automatic by step'.

Revert to WIP for both batch and step to prompt with question 'Recreate reservations and pending product lots (y/n)?'
as is done when unreleasing batch.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1.Production Supervisor > Batches
1) Go to batch details and query for a batch that is WIP status and which has a pending lot for the product.
2) Complete the step associated to the product, This creates a wip completion transaction.
3) Revert completed step to WIP. The form does not display a message box with the message 'Recreate reservations and pending product lots (y/n)?'
as it does when unreleasing the batch.


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