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RTV Not Closed Due To Express Issue Is Not From The Same Lot (Doc ID 2489321.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 05, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


RTV not closed due to Express Issue is not from the same lot and it's done from the other Lots at the different time. SHIP quantity is not updated in RTV.      

Steps to reproduce the issue:


1.Created an Lot controlled item.

Item Setup -      

2.Added Item to BU = UXX10      

3.Created a PO for the Qty -2880 and dispatch

4.Created Lot IDs to replicate the issue -



5.Received PO  

6.Entered Putaway information as shown.

Qty 2800 assigned to LOT1

Qty 80 assigned to LOT2

Interface Receipt to Inventory

Receipt ID - 0000000131                

7.Check Item availability               

8.Creating  RTV With  Receipt # 0000000131& Line # 1

9.Click on Receipt details icon and see Lot ID assigned to LOT1    

10.Inventory process set to Manual        

11.Returned Qty entered as 2800             

12.Save RTV

RTV ID -  0000000008      

13.Go to Inventory > FullFill Stock Orders >  Stock Requests > Express Issue

14.Create Express Issue for  RTV #0000000008  Quantity  2750  against LOT1

Order ID  -MSR0000034

15.Create Express  Issue for  RTV # 0000000008  Quantity  50  against LOT2

Order ID  -MSR0000035

16.Checked Shipping issues status for the both order ID 

17.Ran Deplete on Hand qty process

IN_FUL_DPL process

18.Fulfiillment status changes to Depleted for both the order IDs              

19.Inquire Item availability > Quantities depleted properly           

20.RTV is still  open. And  on RTV  LINE the  ship Quantity is not updated.


RTV line and distribution ship quantity isn’t updated. So RTV is not closed.



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