Enhancement Request to Allow Users to Change a Storage Location on the 'Material Picking Feedback' and 'Review Plan' Pages without Having to Delete the Row and Add a New One (Doc ID 1598714.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2016

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Inventory - Version 9.2 and later
PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Manufacturing - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Enhancement request to allow users to select a different Storage Location on the following pages without having to delete the row and add a new one:

1) Inventory 'Material Picking Feedback' page (navigation: Inventory, Fulfill Stock Orders, Picking, Material Picking Feedback)
2) Manufacturing 'Review Plan' page (navigation: Production Control, Process Production, Issue Materials, Review Plan)


The current behavior (delete the row and add a new one) is documented in the following PeopleBook chapter:

PeopleSoft Enterprise Inventory 9.1 PeopleBook > Picking Inventory > Entering Picking Feedback Online > Entering or Modifying Picked Quantities

Location UOM (location unit of measure)

If you did not create an allocation during the Order Release process, enter the material storage location (MSL) from which you picked the material.

If you did create an allocation during the Order Release process, or if you are modifying previously saved feedback, you cannot update picking storage locations here. You can change only the quantities. To change material storage location information, delete the row or set the quantity to 0 for the existing location, then insert a new row.


The reason for this behavior is pure technical. Storage Location fields are part of KEY on the DEMAND_PHYS_INV record.

The current behavior is not user friendly. By deleting the row, the data from the deleted row disappear (Container ID, UOM, Qty Picked) and users have to enter it again in the new row = chances of making a mistake or not remembering what the deleted data was.

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