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When Using The Manufacturing Execution System (MES), The Same Serial Number Exists For A Different Component Revision. (Doc ID 2395753.1)

Last updated on MAY 07, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle MES for Discrete Manufacturing - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When attempting to change revisions for a serially controlled assembly component in an MES backflush transaction, the MES backflush page incorrectly displays Serial Numbers from the previously displayed serial number.  

ERROR

Users can see and choose serial numbers that are available to another component revision.  ie Displaying the serial numbers for revision -D when revision -C has been chosen is incorrect. Allowing the users to choose the serial number from revision -D for revision -C is incorrect.

However, when submitting the backflush transaction, the error message is:

Serial number -D is defined for a different revision The serial number -D is defined for a different revision number -C



STEPS

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1.  Responsibility = Manufacturing Execution System (MES)
     LOV =  MES Backflush Components
     Choose an Org/ item, Revision -D  and Subinventory /Locator shows no serial numbers issued to the job, Rev -D is one

2.  6 REV -D Serial numbers reside in stores.  These are ONLY for Revison D.  The status for these 6 Serial Numbers is "Resides in Stores"

3.  Change component revision to -C for the backflush transaction

4.  Although the component revision is -C, the serial numbers have not changed.  The serial numbers for revision -D are still displayed.  Displaying the serial numbers for revision -D when revision -C has been chosen is incorrect.

5. When the CT chooses one of the incorrectly displayed serial numbers and tries to submit the backflush transaction, the following error message is displayed:
    "Serial number -D is defined for a different revision The serial number -D is defined for a different revision number -C";

Cause

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