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Reservation Remains After Replenishment Move Order Cancelled /closed Via Move Order Screen (Doc ID 2744951.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Customer issue: When releasing a line that is split between a pick task (Due to partially qty available)and a Pull Replenishment task, the reservation remains and must be manually deleted.

The following are the reproducible steps:

1) Create & Release Sales Order(w/Pull Replenishment) for item that has only partial quantity available
See that there are 2 tasks
a) Pick task
b) Pull Replenishment task
2) Go to Move Orders>>Transact Move Orders>>Tools>> Cancel/Close the Move Order for the Pull Replenishment Line (no allocation exists).
3) Go to On-hand, Availability>>Reservations>> Backorder Pick MO Line>> this reservation is removed.

Actual behavior: After cancel closing the Move Order for the Pull Replenishment line, the reservation remains and must be manually deleted.
Expected behavior: Customer wants to prevent the need to manually remove via the reservations.

*This can be removed manually via the reservations form.

Goal

When releasing a line that is split between a Pick task , due to only partial quantity being available, and a Pull Replenishment task - unallocated , the following issue occurs:   After cancel closing the Move Order for the Pull Replenishment line, the reservation remains and must be manually deleted.

When the pick task is backordered, the reservation is removed for Pick Move Order line, however,
is there a permanent fix to cancel/close or remove the reservation automatically?
 

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