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EKanban Card Replenishment Does Not Properly Handle Scrap (Doc ID 2633478.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 28, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Flow Manufacturing - Version 12.2.5 to 12.2.9 [Release 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR

A discrete Job can be flagged as Complete with less quantity than the original work order quantity.  The remaining job quantity can be scrapped. Currently, the job's Kanban Cards still show "In Process" unless the completed quantity is the same
 as card quantity.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR

As soon as work order is marked as COMPLETE, the Kanban card's status should be changed to FULL.


STEPS

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:


  1. Responsibility = eKanban
       Navigation = Summary> Kanban Card Summary
       Kanban Card status is New
  2.  Transaction Actions = Replenish (Replenished the card)
  3.   A Discrete Job is created in unreleased status, Release the job (example quantity is 50).
  4.  Kanban Card Summary (card from 2)
     Status In Process
  5.  Complete partial quantity i.e., 20 and Scrap the remaining 30
  6.  Nothing is remaining on the Job. Job is in complete status
  7. Responsibility = eKanban
      Navigation = Summary> Kanban Card Summary
      Kanban Card (card from 2)
      Inquire the card status. It still shows In Process.



Changes

Bug 30400926 - KANBAN CARD REPLENISHMENT DOES NOT PROPERLY HANDLE SCRAP Bug 30400926 - KANBAN CARD REPLENISHMENT DOES NOT PROPERLY HANDLE SCRAP 30323552 - KANBAN CARD REPLENISHMENT DOES NOT PROPERLY HANDLE SCRAP 30323552 - KANBAN CARD REPLENISHMENT DOES NOT PROPERLY HANDLE SCRAP 30323552 - KANBAN CARD REPLENISHMENT DOES NOT PROPERLY HANDLE SCRAP 30323552 - KANBAN CARD REPLENISHMENT DOES NOT PROPERLY HANDLE SCRAP 

Cause

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