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Reservation Is Inaccurate As PO In Case Of ATO Mobile Receipt Then Correction (Doc ID 2770227.1)

Last updated on APRIL 23, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.1.3 version, Inbound Processing

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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For Back to Back Sales Order, External Requisition, after Receiving, if doing a Correction, Supply type in Item Reservation window is changed from Sales Order to Purchase order.
skipping ASN as if ASN dose not exist.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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The supply type being reflected in the reservation in the regular cycle as follow:

External Requisition -> Purchase Order -> ASN -> Receiving. That is the correct flow.

The reverse flow should also reflect the above sequence particularly in the event of "Receiving" Correction the supply type
should reflect ASN, and Only f the ASN is cancelled then purchase order should be reflected in the reservation as the supply type.

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


OM Responsibility:

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1) Create Back to Back Sales Order> for ATO items> Status Supply Eligible
2) Requisition Import> Requisition (Reservation)>Item Reservation window>Supply Type: External Requisition
3)Create Blanket Release.
4) Run Autocreate to Release> Approved
5) Purchase Order (Reservation)> PO
6) Sales Order Status> PO Open
7) Advanced Shipment Notices (ASN).
8) Advanced Shipment Notice (Reservation)> Item Reservation window>Supply Type: ASN
9) Sales Order Status>ASN Open


Mobile:

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10) Receipt> ASN Receiving.
11) Receiving (Reservation): Item Reservation window>Supply Type: Receiving
12) Sales Order Status> In Receiving
13) Receipt Correction.
14) Receipt Correction (Reservation): Item Reservation window>Supply Type: PO
15) ASN Status After Correction> Expected
16) Sales Order Status> PO Open



Changes

 

Cause

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