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Performing Pick Release Using WSH_DELIVERY_PUB API

Performing Pick Release Using WSH_DELIVERY_PUB API

Creating Deliveries:
===============• A Delivery is required to perform Ship Confirm. It represent all the goods that were shipped from the same warehouse, going to the same Customer location.
• A Delivery can be created automatically or manually from the Shipping Transaction form at any time after the order lines have become “Awaiting Shipment” or can be automatically created during the Release Sales Order process.

• The delivery can also be created Programatically using shipping API “WSH_DELIVERIES_PUB.Create_update_delivery” by passing the required and optional parameter values.

Specific parameters:

• p_api_version_number => 1.0
• p_action_code => CREATE

— for creating new delivery
• p_delivery_info => Attributes of the delivery entity of type Delivery_Pub_Rec_Type

Performing Pick Release:
What Happens during Pick Release:
**************************************• A pre-approved Move Order is automatically created in Inventory.
• A Move order is a request for a subinventory transfer from the source subinventory to the destination (staging) subinventory.
• A Move order is created for every Sales Order Line that has the status of “Awaiting Shipping” and passes the picking criteria.
• The Destination subinventory is the Staging subinventory entered on the Release Sales Orders form or defaulted from the Shipping Parameters. Only one staging subinventory is allowed per Picking Batch.

Allocate Inventory to the move order:
• Allocating can be done automatically after the move order is created by setting “Auto Allocate” to yes on the Release Sales Order form or postponed until later, then manually allocated from the Transaction Move Orders form.
• The Release Sequence Rule, that was entered on the Release Sales Orders form, or defaulted from the Shipping Parameters, will be used to determine in what sequence to fill the move orders.
• Move orders use inventory’s picking rules to suggest the material that should be allocated. The sourcing values for subinventory, locators, revisions, and lots are defaulted on to the move order.
• The source defaults can be manually updated from the Transaction Move Orders form.
• A high level reservation is placed for the Move Order’s material requirements.
• Allocating inventory is a prerequisite for printing Pick Slips. The Pick Slip Grouping Rule entered on the Release Sales Orders form or defaulted from the Shipping Parameters is used while printing pick slips.

Pick Confirm the move order
• Pick Confirm can be done automatically during the picking process by setting “Pick Confirm” to yes on the Release Sales Orders form or by unchecking the Pick Confirm Required checkbox in the Organization Parameters form. If it is not done automatically during pick release it can be done manually from the Transaction Move Orders form by selecting the Transact button.
• The Pick Confirm transaction executes the subinventory transfer, moving the material from it’s source location to it’s destination staging location. Only 1 staging subinventory is supported per picking batch.
• The high level reservations are replaced with detail reservations.
• If you transact less than the requested quantity, the Move Order will stay open until the total quantity is transacted, or the order is closed or cancelled.
• The status of the Sales Order Line, which is linked to the Move Order, is changed to “Picked” making it eligible for Ship Confirm.
• If not all of the Move order quantity was transacted the status of the Sales Order Line, is changed to “Picked Partial”. During Ship Confirm the order line will split into 2 shipment schedules (e.g. 1.1 and 1.2). The status of the unfilled line will be changed to “Awaiting Shipping”.

For performing Pick Release Programatically we can use the shipping public API “WSH_DELIVERIES_PUB.Delivery_Action”, which enables pick release of the sales order line. The relevant pick release parameters are retrieved from the Shipping and Organization Parameter setup.

Specific Parameters:

p_action_code = > PICK_RELEASE
p_delivery_id/p_delivery_name => Id/name of delivery

— R12 – OM – Sample Script to Perform Pick using WSH_DELIVERY_PUB API —
— ======================================================== —


x_return_status VARCHAR2 (2);
x_msg_count NUMBER;
x_msg_data VARCHAR2 (2000);
p_api_version_number NUMBER := 1.0;
init_msg_list VARCHAR2 (200);
x_msg_details VARCHAR2 (3000);
x_msg_summary VARCHAR2 (3000);
p_line_rows wsh_util_core.id_tab_type;
x_del_rows wsh_util_core.id_tab_type;
l_ship_method_code VARCHAR2 (100);
l_commit VARCHAR2 (30);
p_delivery_id NUMBER;
p_delivery_name VARCHAR2 (30);
x_trip_id VARCHAR2 (30);
x_trip_name VARCHAR2 (30);
exep_api EXCEPTION;
l_picked_flag VARCHAR2 (10);
l_return_status VARCHAR2 (1000);
l_msg_count NUMBER;
l_msg_data VARCHAR2 (1000);
l_user_id NUMBER;
l_resp_id NUMBER;
l_appl_id NUMBER;

CURSOR c_ord_details

SELECT oha.order_number sales_order, oha.org_id, ola.line_number,
ola.shipment_number, ola.flow_status_code,
wdd.delivery_detail_id, wdd.inv_interfaced_flag,
wdd.oe_interfaced_flag, wdd.released_status
FROM apps.oe_order_headers_all oha,
apps.oe_order_lines_all ola,
apps.wsh_delivery_details wdd
WHERE oha.header_id = ola.header_id
AND oha.org_id = ola.org_id
AND oha.header_id = wdd.source_header_id
AND ola.line_id = wdd.source_line_id
AND oha.booked_flag = ‘Y’
AND NVL (ola.cancelled_flag, ‘N’) <> ‘Y’
AND wdd.released_status in (‘R’,’B’)
AND ola.flow_status_code = ‘AWAITING_SHIPPING’
AND oha.order_number = 10001059
AND oha.org_id = 308;


— Initializing the Applications

SELECT user_id
INTO l_user_id
FROM fnd_user
WHERE user_name = ‘A42485’;

SELECT responsibility_id, application_id
INTO l_resp_id, l_appl_id
FROM fnd_responsibility_vl
WHERE responsibility_name = ‘Order Management Super User’;

fnd_global.apps_initialize (l_user_id, l_resp_id, l_appl_id);

x_return_status := wsh_util_core.g_ret_sts_success;
i := 0;

FOR i IN c_ord_details


— Mandatory initialization for R12
mo_global.set_policy_context (‘S’, i.org_id);
mo_global.init (‘ONT’);

p_line_rows (1) := i.delivery_detail_id;

— API Call for Auto Create Deliveries

(‘Calling WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS_PUB to Perform AutoCreate Delivery’);

(p_api_version_number => 1.0,
p_init_msg_list => apps.fnd_api.g_true,
p_commit => l_commit,
x_return_status => x_return_status,
x_msg_count => x_msg_count,
x_msg_data => x_msg_data,
p_line_rows => p_line_rows,
x_del_rows => x_del_rows

DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (x_return_status);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (x_msg_count);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (x_msg_data);

IF (x_return_status <> wsh_util_core.g_ret_sts_success) THEN

(‘Failed to Auto create delivery for Sales Order’);
RAISE exep_api;


(‘Auto Create Delivery Action has successfully completed for SO’);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘=============================================’);

— Pick release.
p_delivery_id := x_del_rows (1);
p_delivery_name := TO_CHAR (x_del_rows (1));

(‘Calling WSH_DELIVERIS_PUB to Perform Pick Release of SO’);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘=============================================’);
— API Call for Pick Release

wsh_deliveries_pub.delivery_action (p_api_version_number => 1.0,
p_init_msg_list => NULL,
x_return_status => x_return_status,
x_msg_count => x_msg_count,
x_msg_data => x_msg_data,
p_action_code => ‘PICK-RELEASE’,
p_delivery_id => p_delivery_id,
p_delivery_name => p_delivery_name,
p_asg_trip_id => NULL,
p_asg_trip_name => NULL,
p_asg_pickup_stop_id => NULL,
p_asg_pickup_loc_id => NULL,
p_asg_pickup_stop_seq => NULL,
p_asg_pickup_loc_code => NULL,
p_asg_pickup_arr_date => NULL,
p_asg_pickup_dep_date => NULL,
p_asg_dropoff_stop_id => NULL,
p_asg_dropoff_loc_id => NULL,
p_asg_dropoff_stop_seq => NULL,
p_asg_dropoff_loc_code => NULL,
p_asg_dropoff_arr_date => NULL,
p_asg_dropoff_dep_date => NULL,
p_sc_action_flag => ‘S’,
p_sc_intransit_flag => ‘N’,
p_sc_close_trip_flag => ‘N’,
p_sc_create_bol_flag => ‘N’,
p_sc_stage_del_flag => ‘Y’,
p_sc_trip_ship_method => NULL,
p_sc_actual_dep_date => NULL,
p_sc_report_set_id => NULL,
p_sc_report_set_name => NULL,
p_sc_defer_interface_flag => ‘Y’,
p_sc_send_945_flag => NULL,
p_sc_rule_id => NULL,
p_sc_rule_name => NULL,
p_wv_override_flag => ‘N’,
x_trip_id => x_trip_id,
x_trip_name => x_trip_name

DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (x_return_status);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (x_msg_count);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (x_msg_data);

IF (x_return_status <> wsh_util_core.g_ret_sts_success) THEN

DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘Failed to Pick Release the sales order’);
RAISE exep_api;


DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘Sales Order has successfully Pick Released’);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘==============================’);


–for pick confirm



WHEN exep_api THEN

DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘==============’);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘Error Details If Any’);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘==============’);

wsh_util_core.get_messages (‘Y’,

IF x_msg_count > 1 THEN

x_msg_data := x_msg_summary x_msg_details;
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (x_msg_data);


x_msg_data := x_msg_summary x_msg_details;
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (x_msg_data);



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