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Error "Invalid concatenated segment value" As Quantity Defaults To Locator Field On Mobile SmartPhone IOS App When Performing Receipt Into A Subinventory (Dynamic Locator Control) Defaulted From Purchase Order Shipment (Doc ID 2927103.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2023

Applies to:

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


When processing a PO receipt deliver transaction via the Mobile Supply Chain Application Using an iPhone, you are prompted to enter the qty to deliver before you are prompted to enter the Location.
When the quantity is entered, the Location field pops up and the quantity is populated into the locator field. An error message is displayed.

Issue cannot be replicated in the Command Line Interface version of the Telnet MSCA Application nor the android App. Both work as expected.

 "Invalid concatenated segment value"
Expected Behavior
The Locator field should be shown after entering subinventory, whenever subinventory is locator controlled. Focus should move to Quantity field after the locator is entered.

What was tried
The Generate Stock Locator Flexfield definition for Mobile Transactions request and Stock Locators flexfiled re-compile was run.

Select the subinventory manually from the LOV , this will ensure the subinventory validation for dynamic locator control happens successfully and Locator field is displayed (OR) Back out the incorrectly populated quantity in the Locator field, enter the locator, then enter the quantity in the Quantity field and complete the transaction.

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

1. Login to MSCA using iphone > Inventory > Receiving > Receipts >
2. Enter PO , Item , See subinventory is defaulted from PO shipment. Locator field is not displayed at this time
3. Enter Qty 1 > See locator field is displayed and value default from Quantity field.
4. Click Enter to proceed > See  "Invalid concatenated segment value" error on the mobile page.


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