Sample WMS Open Interface Insert Scripts -- How To Insert Into Transaction Open Interface MTL_TRANSACTIONS_INTERFACE Table
(Doc ID 357535.1)
Last updated on MARCH 17, 2022
Oracle Warehouse Management - Version 11.5.8 and later Oracle Inventory Management - Version 18.104.22.168 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document includes all versions of Oracle EBS 11i and R12
MTL_TRANSACTIONS_INTERFACE - Transaction open interface
MTL_TRANSACTIONS_LOTS_INTERFACE - Lot transaction open interface
MTL_SERIAL_NUMBERS_INTERFACE - Serial number interface
The purpose of this note is to provide common transaction open interface examples showing how to correctly submit different transactions through the transaction open interface. Some debugging tips are also provided. The following scenarios are addressed: How can the transaction open interface be used in the following scenarios?
Scenario 1: Account alias receipt for an item that is neither Lot or Serial control. Scenario 2: Account alias issue for an item that is neither Lot or Serial control. Scenario 3: Account alias receipt for an item that is Lot controlled. Scenario 4: Account alias receipt for an item that is Serial controlled Scenario 5: Subinventory transfer for a lot controlled item. Scenario 6: Miscellaneous receipt using LPN for an item under serial control Scenario 7: Miscellaneous issue using LPN for an item under serial control and lot control Scenario 8: Container pack item that is not Lot/Serial Control Into LPN Scenario 9: Container Unpack from LPN Scenario 10: Direct Org Transfer Scenario 11: Intransit Org Transfer Scenario 12: Sales Order Issue Scenario 13: Account Issue Scenario 14: Account Receipt Scenario 15: WIP Assembly Return Scenario 16: WIP Component Return Scenario 17: WIP Assembly Completion Scenario 18: WIP Component Issue
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