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MSCA Org Transfer Page Doesn't Show 'Cost-group Comingle' Error (Doc ID 2722154.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 21, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management - Version 12.2 to 12.2 [Release 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Actual Behavior
Org Transfer page shows "Txn Failed." if the transfer will result in cost-group comingle.

Expected Behavior
Org Transfer page shows "Transaction of item with cost-group xxxx results in cost-group comingle" if the transfer will result in cost-group comingle.

Steps to Reproduce

Item: IOT_Test_Item

[W1]
1. Misc Receipt Qty 10 to FGI / 1.1.1
2. Material Workbench
    Cost Group: CG-1326

[W2]
3. Misc Receipt Qty 10 to FGI / 1.1.1
4. Material Workbench
    Cost Group: CG-1556

[W1]
5. WMS Rules
    Type: Cost Group Rule
    Name: Cost Group Assignment for IOT_Test_Item
    Return Value: CG-1950
6. Rules Workbench
    Type: Cost Group
    Seq: 1
    Return Type: Rule
    Return Value: Cost Group Assignment for IOT_Test_Item
    Org: W1
    Item: IOT_Test_Item
    Date Type: Always
    Enabled: check

[W2]
Form - Expected Behavior
7. Inter-Organization Transfer
    Try to transfer the item from W2: FGI / 1.1.1 to W1: FGI / 1.1.1
    Error: Transaction of item with cost-group xxxx results in cost-group comingle

MSCA - Not Expected Behavior
8. Org Transfer
   (Warehousing > Inventory > Transfers > Org Transfer)
   Try to transfer the item from W2: FGI / 1.1.1 to W1: FGI / 1.1.1
   Error: Txn Failed.

Error message just says 'Txn failed' and does not give a reason. Expectation is that the message should clearly mention cost-group comingle issue, just as it does on the desktop form. Without this, users will not know how to address the issue.

Changes

 

Cause

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