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Manually Entering Shipped Quantity In The Shipping Transaction Form Before Ship Confirming Errors WIth The Entered Quantity Is Lower Than The Allowed Deviation For The Item (Doc ID 2428124.1)

Last updated on JUNE 07, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Shipping Execution - Version 11.0.2 to 12.1.3 [Release 11 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When manually entering quantity the shipped quantity in the Shipping Transaction Form prior to ship confirming a delivery line,  the following error is raised:


The quantity entered is lower than the allowed deviation for the item.



Issue is happening when, for the given item, there is item-specific conversion defined, other than the standard one.

1) Define dual UOM item, having primary UOM = TLB and secondary = WLB;
- item has 20% +/- deviations allowed.
- Both TLB and WLB belong to UOM class MASS, with following standard conversions:
1 TLB = 1000 LB
1 WLB = 1000 LB
- For the given item, defined item-specific intra-class UOM conversions:
1 TLB = 1100 LB
1 WLB = 1000 LB (same as standard)

2) Create Sales Order for the item, qty 1 = 120 TLB, qty2 = 120 WLB (qty2 needs to be overwritten).

3) Pick release the item.

4) Before shipping the delivery, manually entering the shipped qty 1 = 22.88 and qty = 97.12 is being backordered.
- Note that secondary shipped qty is 25.168 (still within deviation).


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