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"Material transaction API returned error(Invalid locator segments)" Error when Issue Materials Across Workorders in CMRO (Doc ID 823164.1)

Last updated on APRIL 07, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Work in Process - Version 12.0.0 and later
Oracle Project Manufacturing - Version 12.0.0 and later
Oracle Complex Maintenance, Repair, & Overhaul - Version 12.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Problem Statement
When attempting to issue materials across work orders the below error is raised.
Issue reproduces only for material that is located in a Project specific Locator in the Subinventory - i.e. the Locator has Project ID and Task ID.

"Material transaction API returned error(Invalid locator segments)"

message_name = AHL_PRD_MTLTXN_ERROR
message_text = "Material transaction API returned error(&MSG)"

message_name = INV_INT_LOCSEGCODE
message_text = "Invalid locator segments"

Steps To Reproduce:
1. Under the Execution link, click the Material Transactions tab. The Material Issue page appears under the Issues secondary tab. Enter search criteria and click Go. Material requirements across work orders matching your search criteria are displayed in the Work order Requirements table.

2. The item and the required quantity is displayed against each work order. The quantity to be issued defaults from the material requirements. You can change the quantity as required. Select the UOM and the Recipient (the employee who will receive the item) from the corresponding list of values. If the issued quantity is 1, select the serial number of the item from the Serial Number list of values.

3. Optionally, click the Details icon to navigate to the Material Issue Details page and enter lot, revision, locator, and subinventory information if the item is controlled in inventory. Click Done to apply this information and return to the Material Issue page.

4. Select the work order for which you have entered issue details and click Apply. The required items should be issued to the work order, but this is not happening.


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