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Pick Release FAQ: Triage, Diagnose, and Solve Pick Release Issues Like "No Material Sourcing" and "Could Not Allocate" (Including Review of Parser/Analyzer) (Doc ID 2277206.1)

Last updated on MARCH 06, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Oracle Shipping Execution - Version 12.1.3 and later
Oracle Inventory Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
INVTOTRX.fmb : Transact Move Order
WSHPSGL : Pick Selection List Generation
Error: No Material Sourcing
Error: Could Not Allocate

Goal

How to Triage, Diagnose, and Solve pick release issues. Example issues might be errors in the transact move order form like "No Material Sourcing", errors in the pick release program, or failure to pick from the correct location.

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 1. Pre-requisite: Debug and Analyzer
 Debug
 Inventory Transaction Analyzer
 2. Parse Debug
 3. Analyzer For Common Data Issues
 4. Key Patches
 5. Setup
 6. Onhand/Available
 Onhand Quantity
 Available Quantity
 Pending Transactions
 Reservations
 7. Item controls
 Serial Control
 Lot Control
 8. Rules
 Review rules
 Generate rules
 9. Inspect Debug
 Step 1: Find Order Line
 Step 2: Start Analyzing Why Failed
 Step 3: Find Move Order Line ID
 Step 4: Find "Starting pick allocation"
 Step 5: Find "Strategy Search"
 Step 6: Find Strategy/Rule ID
 Step 7:Find "Begin allocating..."
 Step 8: Find "Apply procedure for rule xxxx"
 Step 9:Find "Apply.no_success"
 Step 10: Find "display_temp_records"
 Step 11: Find "Starting put away"
 Step 12: Check if Putaway Rules was Successful
 Step 13:Find "WMS_PICK_NO_ROWS"
 Summary Step:
 What to Check:
 10. New Knowledge/Bugs
 11. Test case
 12. Trace
 13. Pick Diagnostic
References


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