Items Already Issued to Work Orders are Still Displayed in Allocation Workbench Returning Error (11100,2996) when Process them (Doc ID 2281338.1)

Last updated on JUNE 28, 2017

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Items already issued to work orders are still displayed in the Allocation Workbench.

In the allocation Workbench the users cannot differentiate between lines that have to be allocated and lines already issued to Work Orders (WO). As a result, they don't know which lines have to be allocated and get error messages when they try to allocate items already issued.

Error: The requested quantity is greater than order quantity allowed for allocation. Quantity allowed for allocation is order quantity less backorder and pegged quantities. (11100,2996)

While the Line is already issued to Work Orders should not be displayed in the Allocation Workbench (IN_ALLOC_WB_DETAIL page).

Steps
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1. On an existing open Work Order, go to the Schedules tab and add a row in Inventory, select an item, type a quantity and save:
2. Check the availability:
3. Select the line, click on the Reserve button and save the page:
4. Go to Create Work Order Picking Plan, create a new Run Control as below, select the previous Work Order and click on Run (IN_ALM_PCK Application Engine):
5. Go to Issue to Work Orders, select the last Pick Batch ID 13 and click on Search
6. Click on Save
7. Check the WO and notice the Quantity is issued
8. Check the Stock Request
Navigation Inventory > Fulfillment Stock Orders > Review Fulfillment Information > Stock Request
9. If you go to the Allocation Workbench, and click on Search:
Navigation Inventory > Fulfillment Stock Orders > Stock Requests > Allocation Workbench
The demand line is still available:

Nowhere is it indicated that the item is already issued. The line is strictly identical to one which have not been issued.

If you try to perform an allocation on this line (IN_ALLOC_WB_DETAIL page), you’ve got an error message not explicit at all:

Error: The requested quantity is greater than order quantity allowed for allocation. Quantity allowed for allocation is order quantity less backorder and pegged quantities. (11100,2996)



Cause

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