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How To Prevent the Error "Total putaway quantity is greater than line quantity for lines #X. (11100,1582)" when Receiving an InterUnit Transfer (Doc ID 1513406.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 23, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Inventory - Version 8.9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 14-Dec-2012***


Receiving an InterUnit Transfer in the default Stocking Unit of Measure (UOM) using 'InterUnit and RMA Receiving' page (navigation: Inventory, Putaway Stock, InterUnit and RMA Receiving) gives the following error:

Total putaway quantity is greater than line quantity for lines #X. (11100,1582)

Additionally, when reducing the decimal quantity and saving, the following error is issued:

Line quantity is greater than total staged quantity for lines #X. (11100,1583)

This happens when:

1) the default Stocking UOM is NOT the Standard UOM,
2) Both the default Stocking UOM and the Standard UOM have a decimal quantity precision.

Steps to reproduce the issue:

  1. Define an Item with 2 UOM's (ROLL and EA) with a decimal quantity precision. The default Stocking UOM ROLL is not the Standard UOM EA. Conversion rate between the 2 UOM's is 35.
  2. Create an InterUnit Transfer for a quantity of 4 EA.
  3. Ship and deplete the InterUnit Transfer.
  4. Create an InterUnit Receipt:
    1. At the header level, the quantity of 4 EA is displayed.
    2. At the Putaway Details level, the quantity is converted into the default Stocking UOM ROLL. 0.1143 is displayed while 4/35 = 0.11428.
    3. Save > error 11100,1582 is issued.
    4. Reduce the quantity for example to 0.1100 only and save the Receipt > error 11100,1583 is issued.


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