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Batch Creation Gives Error, "The item xxxx is not valid for the batch" Even Though Items are Process Execution Enabled (Doc ID 2898349.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 23, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Process Manufacturing Process Execution - Version 12.2.8 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


There was an issue with the way GME batch creation was using Item Status in determining whether an item can be used in a batch.

Item has the Process Execution Enabled flag checked on Organization Items.
The Item Status of the item is then changed to one that has the Value field unchecked and the Usage field set to "No Status Control" for the Process Execution Enabled parameter.

When then attempting to create a batch that has this item as an ingredient,
the following error occurs.

The item xxxx is not valid for the batch

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create an item and on the Organization Items form check the Process Execution Enabled field (Inventory > Items > Organization Items > Process Manufacturing tab).
2. Create an Item Status code on which the Value field for Process Execution Enabled is unchecked, and the Usage field is set to "No Status Control" (Inventory > Setup > Items > Status Codes).
3. Update the item's Item Status to the item status described above (Inventory > Items > Organization Items, Main tab).
4. Attempt to create a batch from a formula using that item as an ingredient (Production Supervisor > Create Document). The error displays.

Since the item status specifies "No Status Control" for the Process Execution Parameter, this should mean that the item status setting should not have any impact on whether the item is enabled for Process Execution.




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