Bug 25317791: Item Pick Strategies Not Being Followed Based On Sequence Number

(Doc ID 2320842.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 02, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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In Oracle Warehouse Management System, the Rules Workbench was not working correctly when item category details were given on the Rules Workbench.

Users have defined a number of strategies and assigned them to the Rules  Workbench, with the restriction of the Item Category being specified in the
Rules Workbench. During Pick release,  the correct strategy for a particular item is not being selected, as it should. 

This only happens when there are multiple items / order lines that are being allocated.


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Rules Workbench should have selected the strategy based on the Item category, since it was first in the list.


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1) Created two items - 25317791_2 and 25317791_3 and assigned the items to the item categories - DAIRY and BULK respectively
2) Created two strategies -
      25317791_sat -- enabled on rules workbench on sequence 9, with customer = "Imaging Innovations, Inc." and Item category as BULK" and Transaction source  = Sales Order
      25317791_sat1 -- enabled on rules workbench on sequence 11, with transaction source  = Sales Order

3) Now created a Sales Order - 67373 with customer as "Imaging Innovations, Inc." and added the items - 25317791_2 and 25317791_3 to the order.
4) Pick released the Sales Order
5) Notice the strategy - 25317791_sat1 was being stamped against both the items.

Expected  the following to have happened. The strategy which should have got picked up for allocation for item -

Item 25317791_2 -- should be 25317791_sat1
Item 25317791_3 -- should be 25317791_sat

 

This only happens when there are multiple items / order lines that are being allocated.

 

Cause

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