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Unable To Transact Split Move Order Lines Using INV_PICK_WAVE_PICK_CONFIRM_PUB.Pick_Confirm API (Doc ID 2499128.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 23, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version 11.5.10.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

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Unable To Transact Split Move Order Lines Using INV_PICK_WAVE_PICK_CONFIRM_PUB.Pick_Confirm API

STEPS
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 1. Create one lot controlled item and have enough on-hand quantity.(say 6, in two different lots in two different sub inventories , 3 each).
 2. Create move order for qty 6.
 3. Allocate the lines and make sure that 2 allocations got created(Split allocations can happen through forms/API)
        Split allocation through form:
        Navigation:
        Transact Move order > Query the Move order > Click View/Update allocations
        Split the allocation across two different sub inventories and 2 different lots and save the form
        See 2 different allocation lines in 'Transact Move order line allocations' form.
 4. Now select one allocation and click 'Transact' button to transact that line.
 5. To transact the 2nd split MO allocation line, Call the API "INV_PICK_WAVE_PICK_CONFIRM_PUB.PICK_CONFIRM" by passing move order line id and see that API returns "S" success but split 2nd Line is not transacted

 

Attached document showing steps to reproduce the issue for reference purpose only.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Split Move order line should get transacted successfully.

Changes

 

Cause

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