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Performing Shipping Transaction Using WSH_DELIVERY_PUB API

Ship Confirm Process
What happened during Ship Confirm:
******************************************The results of the picking process are recorded against a Delivery.

• Ship Confirm can only be performed on Deliveries with Delivery Lines that have been Pick Confirmed.
• Ship confirming a delivery records the results of the picking process. These results could be shipped, backordered, staged or cycle count or a combination of all 4.
• The workflow activity will be completed when the quantity picked is recorded as “Shipped”.
• If the ordered item is set up with the item attribute “Shippable” checked, Ship Confirming is a prerequisite for Invoicing.

Shipped Quantities:
************************• Once the delivery is closed the Order Line is updated with the shipped quantities and the status of the line is changed to “Shipped”. This enables the order line to proceed to its next workflow activity.
• The Ship Confirm transaction initiates the Inventory Interface to generate the “Issue of Stores” transactions which will decrement inventory and remove the material reservation. Then the OM interfaces is initiated to update the Sales Order Line with Shipped quantities, freight charges, etc.
• The Cost of goods sold account number that is passed to inventory is workflow generated. In Inventory it creates a Material Distribution record that is ultimately passed to the General Ledger.
• If Ship confirm is partial the remaining quantity can be either staged or backordered.

Backordered Quantities:
****************************• Backordered quantities are left in the Staging Subinventory. They are not automatically returned to their source location.
• A new pick release will be required before they can be ship confirmed.
• The backordered quantity is removed from the delivery being Ship Confirmed.and the reservation is removed making the quantity available to ATP.
• The Sales Order line splits into shipment schedules. One schedule will have the quantity that was shipped and a status of “Shipped”. The other schedule will have the quantity that was backordered and a status of “Awaiting Shipment”.

Staged Quantities:
**********************• Staged quantities are left in the Staging subinventory and can be Ship Confirmed at a later time. The staged quantity is removed from the delivery being confirmed and optionally linked to a new delivery number.
• The Sales Order line splits into shipment schedules. One schedule will have the quantity that was shipped and a status of “Shipped”. The other schedule will have the quantity that remained Staged with a status of “Picked”.

Different Delivery Line Statuses:
*************************************select * from wsh_lookups
where lookup_type = ‘PICK_STATUS’

– Not Applicable (Code X)
The delivery line is invoiceable but non-shippable, for example, a service line or a warranty line.

– Not Ready for Release (Code N)
The delivery line is not eligible for pick release. Occurs when the order line is manually imported into Oracle Shipping Execution using the Import Delivery Line concurrent process. It has not reached the Awaiting Shipping workflow activity.

– Ready for Release (Code R)
The delivery line is eligible for pick release. Occurs when the order line has reached the Awaiting Shipping workflow activity (it is booked, scheduled, and in Oracle Shipping Execution).

– Submitted to Warehouse (Code S)
Pick release has processed the delivery line and has: Created move order headers and lines. Found available quantity and created inventory allocations. Not pick confirmed. If you are using auto-pick confirm, it changes release status to Staged. If you are not using auto-pick confirm and want to progress the delivery lines, navigate to Oracle Inventory Move Order Transaction window and perform manual pick confirm.

– Staged (Code Y)
The delivery line is pick confirmed; inventory is transferred from storage subinventory to staging subinventory. It remains staged until ship confirm.

– Backordered (Code B)
Any of the following circumstances occurs: Pick release has processed the delivery line and cannot find the entire quantity. This typically occurs when the Oracle Inventory inventory balance indicates that there is not enough material (either because there is not enough material or because the inventory balance is incorrect).
At ship confirm, you: Enter Shipped Quantity that is less than Original Requested Quantity Backorder the entire delivery quantity Transfer a reservation to cycle count. This typically occurs when the material that you want to ship: Has become unavailable, for example, damaged, between picking and shipping. Is available and you backorder material for specific business reasons. For example, all available material has been allocated to a specific customer when you find out additional supply for other orders will be delayed. For information on the backorder processing in pick release and ship confirm,

– Shipped (Code C)
The delivery line’s delivery is ship confirmed and posted as intransit, OM Interface and Inventory Interface have processed, and the trip is closed.

– Cancelled (Code D)
The order line that the delivery line supports is cancelled.
=================================We can call “WSH_DELIVERIES_PUB.Delivery_Action” API in order to ship confirm the delivery Programatically.

Specific Parameters:

p_action_code(Required) => action to be performed on Delivery
p_delivery_id (Required) => delivery id on which the action is performed
p_trip_name => Trip identifier for assignment of trip to delivery
p_asg_pickup_loc_code => Stop location code for pickup assignment
p_asg_pickup_dep_date => Stop location departure date for pickup assignment
p_asg_dropoff_loc_code => Stop location code for dropoff assignment
p_asg_dropoff_dep_date => Stop location departure date for dropoff assignment
p_sc_action_flag => Ship Confirm option – S, B, T, A, C. Used
p_sc_intransit_flag => Ship Confirm set in-transit flag.
p_sc_close_trip_flag => Ship Confirm close trip flag.
p_sc_create_bol_flag => Ship Confirm create Bill of Lading flag
p_sc_stage_del_flag => Ship Confirm create delivery for stage quantity flag
p_sc_trip_ship_method => Ship Confirm trip ship method.
p_wv_override_flag => Override flag for weight volume calculations.
x_trip_name => Name of autocreated trip.

What Are the P_SC_ACTION_FLAG Possible Values S, B, T, A, C?
These are the possible values and what they mean:
‘S’ – Ship Entered Quantities, Ship Unspecified
‘B’ – Ship Entered Quantities, Backorder Unspecified
‘T’ – Ship Entered Quantities, Stage Unspecified
‘A’ – Ship All
‘C’ – Completely Backordered

— R12 – OM – Sample Script to Ship SO using WSH_DELIVERY_PUB API –========================================================


p_api_version_number NUMBER := 1.0;
init_msg_list VARCHAR2 (200);
x_msg_details VARCHAR2 (3000);
x_msg_summary VARCHAR2 (3000);
x_return_status VARCHAR2 (3);
x_msg_count NUMBER;
x_msg_data VARCHAR2 (3000);
p_validation_level NUMBER;
v_errbuf VARCHAR2 (2000);
v_retcode VARCHAR2 (20);
v_released_status wsh_delivery_details.released_status%TYPE;
v_inv_interfaced_flag wsh_delivery_details.inv_interfaced_flag%TYPE;
v_oe_interfaced_flag wsh_delivery_details.oe_interfaced_flag%TYPE;
v_source_code wsh_delivery_details.source_code%TYPE;
v_pending_interface_flag wsh_trip_stops.pending_interface_flag%TYPE;
— Parameters for WSH_DELIVERIES_PUB
p_delivery_name VARCHAR2 (30);
p_action_code VARCHAR2 (15);
p_asg_trip_id NUMBER;
p_asg_trip_name VARCHAR2 (30);
p_asg_pickup_stop_id NUMBER;
p_asg_pickup_loc_id NUMBER;
p_asg_pickup_loc_code VARCHAR2 (30);
p_asg_pickup_arr_date DATE;
p_asg_pickup_dep_date DATE;
p_asg_dropoff_stop_id NUMBER;
p_asg_dropoff_loc_id NUMBER;
p_asg_dropoff_loc_code VARCHAR2 (30);
p_asg_dropoff_arr_date DATE;
p_asg_dropoff_dep_date DATE;
p_sc_action_flag VARCHAR2 (10);
p_sc_intransit_flag VARCHAR2 (10);
p_sc_close_trip_flag VARCHAR2 (10);
p_sc_create_bol_flag VARCHAR2 (10);
p_sc_stage_del_flag VARCHAR2 (10);
p_sc_trip_ship_method VARCHAR2 (30);
p_sc_actual_dep_date VARCHAR2 (30);
p_sc_report_set_id NUMBER;
p_sc_report_set_name VARCHAR2 (60);
p_sc_defer_interface_flag VARCHAR2 (60);
p_sc_send_945_flag VARCHAR2 (60);
p_sc_rule_id NUMBER;
p_sc_rule_name VARCHAR2 (60);
p_wv_override_flag VARCHAR2 (10);
p_asg_pickup_stop_seq NUMBER;
p_asg_dropoff_stop_seq NUMBER;
x_trip_id VARCHAR2 (30);
x_trip_name VARCHAR2 (30);
fail_api EXCEPTION;
x_debug_file VARCHAR2 (100);
l_ship_method_code VARCHAR2 (100);
l_user_id NUMBER;
l_resp_id NUMBER;
l_appl_id NUMBER;

CURSOR c_ord_details IS

SELECT DISTINCT det.source_header_number sales_order, det.org_id,
det.source_line_number, det.source_header_id,
det.source_line_id, det.source_header_type_name,
(SELECT concatenated_segments
FROM mtl_system_items_kfv
WHERE inventory_item_id = det.inventory_item_id
AND organization_id = det.organization_id) ordered_item,
det.organization_id, det.src_requested_quantity,
det.shipped_quantity, del.delivery_id,
del.status_code delivery_status_code,
det.released_status pick_release_status,
det.oe_interfaced_flag, det.inv_interfaced_flag
FROM wsh_delivery_details det,
wsh_delivery_assignments asn,
wsh_new_deliveries del
WHERE 1 = 1
AND det.delivery_detail_id = asn.delivery_detail_id
AND asn.delivery_id = del.delivery_id(+)
AND det.source_header_number = ‘10013618’
AND det.org_id = 308
AND shipped_quantity IS NULL
AND NVL (del.status_code, ‘OP’) <> ‘CL’
AND det.released_status = ‘Y’;


— 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);

FOR i IN c_ord_details


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

— Ship Confirming

p_delivery_name := TO_CHAR (i.delivery_id);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (p_delivery_name);

SELECT shipping_method_code
INTO l_ship_method_code
FROM oe_order_headers_all
WHERE order_number = i.sales_order
AND org_id = i.org_id;
l_ship_method_code := NULL;

p_action_code := ‘CONFIRM’; — The action code for ship confirm
p_sc_action_flag := ‘S’; — Ship entered quantity.
p_sc_intransit_flag := ‘Y’;
–In transit flag is set to ‘Y’ closes the pickup stop and sets the delivery in transit.
p_sc_close_trip_flag := ‘Y’; — Close the trip after ship confirm
p_sc_trip_ship_method := l_ship_method_code; — The ship method code
p_sc_defer_interface_flag := ‘Y’;
p_sc_stage_del_flag := ‘Y’;
p_sc_create_bol_flag := ‘N’;
p_wv_override_flag := ‘N’;

— API Call for Ship Confirmation

(‘Calling WSH_DELIVERIES_PUB to Perform Ship Confirmation’);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘=============================================’);

(p_api_version_number => 1.0,
p_init_msg_list => init_msg_list,
x_return_status => x_return_status,
x_msg_count => x_msg_count,
x_msg_data => x_msg_data,
p_action_code => p_action_code,
p_delivery_id => i.delivery_id,
p_delivery_name => p_delivery_name,
p_asg_trip_id => p_asg_trip_id,
p_asg_trip_name => p_asg_trip_name,
p_asg_pickup_stop_id => p_asg_pickup_stop_id,
p_asg_pickup_loc_id => p_asg_pickup_loc_id,
p_asg_pickup_stop_seq => p_asg_pickup_stop_seq,
p_asg_pickup_loc_code => p_asg_pickup_loc_code,
p_asg_pickup_arr_date => p_asg_pickup_arr_date,
p_asg_pickup_dep_date => p_asg_pickup_dep_date,
p_asg_dropoff_stop_id => p_asg_dropoff_stop_id,
p_asg_dropoff_loc_id => p_asg_dropoff_loc_id,
p_asg_dropoff_stop_seq => p_asg_dropoff_stop_seq,
p_asg_dropoff_loc_code => p_asg_dropoff_loc_code,
p_asg_dropoff_arr_date => p_asg_dropoff_arr_date,
p_asg_dropoff_dep_date => p_asg_dropoff_dep_date,
p_sc_action_flag => p_sc_action_flag,
p_sc_intransit_flag => p_sc_intransit_flag,
p_sc_close_trip_flag => p_sc_close_trip_flag,
p_sc_create_bol_flag => p_sc_create_bol_flag,
p_sc_stage_del_flag => p_sc_stage_del_flag,
p_sc_trip_ship_method => p_sc_trip_ship_method,
p_sc_actual_dep_date => p_sc_actual_dep_date,
p_sc_report_set_id => p_sc_report_set_id,
p_sc_report_set_name => p_sc_report_set_name,
p_sc_defer_interface_flag => p_sc_defer_interface_flag,
p_sc_send_945_flag => p_sc_send_945_flag,
p_sc_rule_id => p_sc_rule_id,
p_sc_rule_name => p_sc_rule_name,
p_wv_override_flag => p_wv_override_flag,
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)

DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line(‘Ship confirm has not been Completed For SO’);
RAISE fail_api;

DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘Ship confirm Successfully Completed For SO’);

(‘Checking the Delivery Status after delivery action API Call’);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘==========================================’);

SELECT wdd.source_code, wdd.released_status,
wdd.inv_interfaced_flag, wdd.oe_interfaced_flag,
INTO v_source_code, v_released_status,
v_inv_interfaced_flag, v_oe_interfaced_flag,
FROM wsh_trips wtr,
wsh_trip_stops wts,
wsh_delivery_legs wlg,
wsh_new_deliveries wnd,
wsh_delivery_assignments wda,
wsh_delivery_details wdd
WHERE wtr.trip_id = wts.trip_id
AND wts.stop_id = wlg.pick_up_stop_id
AND wts.pending_interface_flag = ‘Y’
AND wdd.inv_interfaced_flag <> ‘Y’
AND wlg.delivery_id = wnd.delivery_id
AND wnd.delivery_id = wda.delivery_id
AND wda.delivery_detail_id = wdd.delivery_detail_id
AND wnd.delivery_id = p_delivery_name
AND wdd.source_line_id = i.source_line_id;

IF ( v_source_code = ‘OE’
AND v_released_status = ‘C’
AND v_inv_interfaced_flag <> ‘Y’
AND v_oe_interfaced_flag <> ‘Y’
AND v_pending_interface_flag = ‘Y’


(‘The Delivery has been Shipped & the Next Step is – Run Interface’);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line(‘Calling Interface Trip Stop’);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘======================================’);

— API Call for Submitting Interface Trip Stop

(errbuf => v_errbuf,
retcode => v_retcode,
p_mode => ‘ALL’,
p_stop_id => NULL,
p_delivery_id => p_delivery_name,
p_log_level => 0,
p_batch_id => NULL,
p_trip_type => NULL,
p_organization_id => i.organization_id,
p_num_requests => 1,
p_stops_per_batch => 1

DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (v_retcode);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (v_errbuf);


DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘The Delivery has not Shipped Properly’);


WHEN fail_api

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
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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