Receiving Transactions Fails With RVTTH-115B, RVTTH-115D, RVTTH-115F, RVTTH-115H, RVTTH-115J

(Doc ID 301524.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version and later
Oracle Warehouse Management - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
FORM:RCVTXERT.FMB - Enter Receiving Transactions GUI
This document includes all versions of Oracle E-Business Suite 11i and Release 12

This document is intended to help users successfully setup organizations for the purpose of Intercompany Invoicing through the Oracle Inventory Application.


On a non-Warehouse Management System (WMS) Organizations, when attempting to perform Correction/Deliver/Inspection/Return one of the following error occurs.


RVTTH-115j: Subroutine process_transaction() returned error.
RVTTH-115h: Subroutine process_transaction() returned error
RVTTH-115d: Subroutine process_transaction() returned error.
RVTTH-115f: Subroutine process_transaction() returned error.
RVTTH-115b: Subroutine process_transaction() returned error.

Old Behaviour:
Move Order can be created during receiving for non-WMS organizations

New Behaviour:
Move Order cannot be created during receiving for non-WMS organizations

WMS Enabled?
You can see if an organization is WMS Enabled reviewing the Inventory > Setup > Organization > Parameters screen. There is a WMS Enabled flag for each organization. You could also run SQL like the following:

       , mp.WMS_ENABLED_FLAG
FROM   org_organization_definitions ood, mtl_parameters mp

* Note that the flag is WMS_ENABLED_FLAG. There is a slightly different column name that is NOT the same (WSM_ENABLED_FLAG) so make sure you use the WMS column (WMS_ENABLED_FLAG). The flag will be Y for Yes and N for No.



For some cases, this issue began after an upgrade to 11.5.10 from earlier release (like 11.5.9).
However, there are also scenarios where the upgrade did NOT occur.


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