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Receive Error "The Confirm checkbox and the Remove checkbox may not both be checked. (11100,1827)" While Submitting Picking Feedback (Doc ID 2918961.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 03, 2023

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Receive error "The Confirm checkbox and the Remove checkbox may not both be checked. (11100,1827)" while submitting Picking Feedback

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
      1. Navigate : Inventory > Replenish Par Locations > Define Par Location
      2. Create Par Location
            Add five stock items
      3. Navigate : Inventory > Replenish Par Locations > Count Par Location Levels
            Save
      4. Navigate : Inventory > Replenish Par Locations > Create Par Replen Requests
            Run INPGCDMD process
            MSR0000072 is created
      5. Navigate : Inventory > Fulfill Stock Orders > Stock Requests > Reserve Materials Process
            Select Request MSR0000072 and Run IN_FUL_RSV Process
      6. Navigate : Inventory > Fulfill Stock Orders > Picking > Order Release Requests
            Select the Order MSR0000072 and run IN_FUL_RLS process
            Pick Batch 29 is created
      7. Navigate : Mobile Inventory > Picking Feedback
            Search Pick Batch 29
            Select confirm of the first item and click description of the second item
            Check Remove option
            Click Grid Mode icon
            Click List Mode icon
            Note : The Remove checkbox of item 3 is selected instead of item 2
      8. Click submit
            Receive message : The Confirm checkbox and the Remove checkbox may not both be checked. (11100,1827)

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Cause

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