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The EZ Transfer and Transfer Pages Do Not Behave the same When doing a Single-Item Location Transfer (Doc ID 2913910.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 09, 2022

Applies to:

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


The EZ Transfer and Transfer Pages Do Not Behave the same When doing a Single-Item Location Transfer. The Transfer page will move quantity to a single-item location when the only stock with quantity is that same item. The EZ Transfer page will not. There are other items in the location, but with no quantity on the containers.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Add a new item. (Items-->Define Items and Attributes-->Define Item)
2. Add the item to an Inventory BU (US010). (Items-->Define Items and Attributes-->Define Business Unit Item)
3. Express Putaway 100 Into Container ID 1000401. (Inventory-->Putaway Stock-->Express Putaway)
4. Add a new material storage location. (Inventory-->Material Storage Locations-->Material Storage Locations)
5. Click Location Handling link
6. Select Single Item but do not enter Item ID
7. Click OK.
8. Click Save.
9. Transfer Qty of 100 for our new item to new location. ( Inventory-->Manage Inventory-->Transfer Stock Between Loc)
10. Review Transaction History (Inventory--> Manage Inventory--Analyze Inventory-->Review Transaction History)
11. We confirm the 060 Bin to Bin Transfer
12. Express Putaway another 100 EA into Container 1000402. (Inventory-->Putaway Stock-->Express Putaway)
13. Attempt to do an EZ Transfer. Get an error Item cannot be stored in Storage location Area 1 2 (11100,1426). This location has been defined to hold a single item.

Message popped up after entering Storage Location
Did not have to hit Save.
EZ Transfer does not require Save.




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