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Update Source Subinventory For Kanban Pull Sequences (Doc ID 2652927.1)

Last updated on MARCH 27, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Flow Manufacturing - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Once Kanban cards are generated and being transacted, system allows us to change the safety stock days, number of cards etc.. We need ability to change
the source subinventory and locator details. Currently we have to define a new pull sequence however we will never be able to move to new pull sequence
as old cards are continuously being transacted and there are always in process cards at any point in time. Is this possible?

Currently, once Kanban cards are generated, there will be cases where source subinventory / locator details might change in future if item is moved to new
location. Current Kanban solution is not addressing such situation. We had to cancel the cards and create new pull sequence, which is impossible as most of
the cards will be in process. Also you cannot reuse the same card numbers and labels.

The system should allow updates to source subinventory and locator fields, especially locator. You are already allowing to update safety stock days, number of cards etc.,
Whenever user updates it, you can have an option to update all cards to be updated with the same info. Even if cards are in-process so that they will be
received into updated location when transaction is complete.

The system should be more robust and scalable solution. It allows free stock movements for Kanban items. You have this feature in other areas like
Routings / Inventory (item receiving defaults) where completion location can be updatable. In Kanban, you are expecting to cancel and create new loop all
together.


 

Solution

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