Is it Possible to Change Inactive Assembly Item's BOM's thru BOM Mass Changes Function (Doc ID 362120.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 21, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Bills of Material - Version: 11.5.9 to 11.5.10.0 - Release: 11.5 to 11.5
Oracle Bills of Material - Version: 12.0 and later    [Release: 12 and later]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Note valid for R12 too.

Goal

Is it possible to change inactive assembly item’s in the Bill's of Materials mass change function? Currently, when implementing mass changes with assembly items including inactive items, the follow error occurs.

Error (From Output File)

Implementation failed: ENG_REV_ITEM_INACTIVE

Error (Example from LOG File)

Failure in enimpri_implement_revised_item (eco_failed)

Here is a longer example from the log file to see the message in line with othes:

ENCACNC module: Engineering Change Order Implementation
===================================================================
Debug Mode : Enabled
Output to Terminal : No
Argument Method : Database Fetch
Trace Mode : Disabled

===================================================================
Argument 1 (ORG_ID) = 204
Argument 2 (ALL_ORG_FLAG) = 2
Argument 3 (ORG_HIERARCHY) =
Argument 4 (CHANGE_NOTICE) = JBP041012a
Argument 5 (REVISED_ITEM_SEQUENCE_ID) =
Argument 6 =

===================================================================
Change Notice: JBP041012a
Revised_item_sequence_id: 0
EDR_ERES_ENABLED = Y
org_hierarchy_flag Value : 0
all_org_ind Value : 2
===============================================================
Begin Processing for Organization : V1
total_items=1
item_loop=1, l_change_id=315231, organization_id=204
Parent ECO Implement event created for change_notice=JBP041012a, l_change_id=315231, parent_erecord_id=0
Start Processing Revised Item Sequence Id 227993

Failure in enimpri_implement_revised_item (eco_failed)

Generating Implementation failure Action Log ...
End Processing for Organization : V1

 


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