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Schedule Arrival Date, Date Change Is Working But Time Stamp Change Not Working When We Update (Doc ID 2352394.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Order Management - Version 12.2.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.6 version, Transaction Entry

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Processing constrain (PC) has been defined for not to allow update on Schedule arrival date (SAD) , if the line is picked.

While trying to update Date portion on Schedule Arrival date of a sales order line, which is already picked, system is throwing the message "You are not allowed to update Schedule Arrival Date because: Line has been pick confirmed/staged." - This is working as expected.

But when tried to update only Time ( like Hours/Minutes etc), system is allowing this update though the line is already Picked. Processing constraint is not honored this case


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Processing constrain should prevent updating Time part of SAD as well, if line is already Picked. Current PC prevent updating only the Date part.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Enable Processing constraint on Order line level Schedule arrival date (SAD) for not allowing update with validation template as "Pick released"
2. Book a sales order
3. Pick release the sales order line
4. Try updating the SAD date part like existing Date: 05-Jan-2018 11:50:13 AM to new Date : 06-Jan-2018 11:50:13 AM , system throwing error message
"You are not allowed to update Schedule Arrival Date because: Line has been pick confirmed/staged."
5. Try updating the SAD Time part like existing Date: 05-Jan-2018 11:50:13 AM to new Date : 06-Jan-2018 11:55:13 AM , system is allowing this update, though the line is already Picked. Processing constraint is not honored this case


Cause

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