Wednesday, October 15, 2014

How to resubmit pending/ error Transactions in WIP


Pending WIP Material Transactions:
First check if the Inventory Transaction Manager is running and if there are any records pending or in error in the inventory transactions interface. These can be queried via the Inventory Transactions Interface Inquiry screen. Navigate Inventory/Transactions/Transaction Open Interface. Records can be deleted and/or resubmitted with this form. Check Pending Transactions; Navigate Inventory/Transactions/Pending Transactions.
Records can only be resubmitted via the form. If there are Pending Transactions that are stuck in the MTL_MATERIAL_TRANSACTIONS_TEMP table with transaction_type_id=5, (back flush/wip transactions) with proces_flag =’E’, they need to be submitted.
To investigate why the Transactions are failing, run the following SQL:
select transaction_source_id,
        inventory_item_id,
        process_flag,
        error_code,
        error_explanation,
        transaction_source_type_id,
        organization_id
        from mtl_material_transactions_temp
        where process_flag ='E' and ORGANIZATION_ID=89;
  Use this script to resubmit the Transactions:
update  mtl_material_transactions_temp
        set process_flag = 'Y',
        lock_flag ='N',
        transaction_mode= 3,
        error_code = NULL,
        error_explanation = NULL
        where process_flag = 'E' --and transaction_source_id=164028;
Pending WIP Completion Transactions:
There are 2 ways of performing Completion Transactions.
In the WIP Move Transactions Form:
Navigation -> WIP/Move Transactions/Move Transactions, Set Transaction Type to Complete
In the WIP Material Transaction Form:
Navigation -> WIP/Material Transactions/Completion Transactions
Records are created by doing a WIP Assembly Completion. They are stuck in
MTL_MATERIAL_TRANSACTIONS_TEMP Table.
Navigate –> Inventory/Transaction/Pending Transactions for the error messages:
Or run the Following SQL script:
To find the ORGANIZATION_ID run this script:
select    organization_id,
          organization_code
             from org_organization_definitions
             where organization_name
             like 'xxx%'; --( xxx is organization name)
To find the WIP_Entity_Id run this script:
select   wip_entity_id
         from wip_entities
            where wip_entity_name = :p1
            and organization_id= :xxx; -- ( xxx is organization id )
select   error_code,
                 error_explanation,
         lock_flag,
inventory_item_id,
         transaction_action_id,
         transaction_source_type_id,
         process_flag,
         organization_id
         from mtl_material_transactions_temp
         where organization_id =:p1
         and transaction_source_id =:p2;
(wip_entity_id is obtained from above SQL statement)
Pending WIP Move Transactions:
WIP_MOVE_TXN_INTERFACE Contains information about the shop floor move transactions that need to be processed. To View the pending move transaction:
Navigation -> WIP/Move Transactions/Pending Move Transactions.
Records can be updated, deleted, and resubmitted via the form.
The Transaction Processing mode should be set to online processing.
If there are any errored move Transactions in wip_move_txn_interface, then these Transactions must be resubmitted.
Run the following scripts:
To find how many rows are in Error:
select    count(*)
          from wip_move_txn_interface
         where process_status = 3;
To find how many rows are in Pending:
select   transaction_id,
         wip_entity_id,
         process_phase,
         process_status,
         wip_entity_name
         from wip_move_txn_interface
         where process_status in (1,3)
(Process Status = 1 indicates Pending, 3 indicates "Error")
To find how many rows are in Error and what the messages are:
select  error_message,
           error_column
           from wip_txn_interface_errors
           where request_id=:p1 -- ( for the two that have a request id )

Use this script to update the Error Records:

update  wip_move_txn_interface
           set group_id=null,
              request_Id = null,
              process_status=1,
              transaction_id=null
             where transaction_id=:p1;
Restart the interface managers (Move and Cost Manager).Launch the Move Transaction Manager even if the TP: WIP Move Transaction Profile Option = on-line processing.
Navigation -> Inventory/Setup/Transactions/Interface Managers.
Use the “Launch Manager” button under the special option on the tool bar.
Pending WIP Resource Transactions:

Do the following to re-submit ERRORED RESOURCE COST records;
1. Ensure that there is no (Resource) cost worker running.
2. Stop the (Resource) Cost Manager.
3. Take backup of this table WIP_COST_TXN_INTERFACE
4. To check for pending transactions, run the following SQL;
select  transaction_id,
           request_id,
           group_id,
           process_status,
           wip_entity_name
           from wip_cost_txn_interface
           where process_status in (1, 3);
(process_status= 1 indicates 'Pending', 3 indicates ‘Error’)
5. Update the table.
update  wip_cost_txn_interfaceset
          group_id=NULL,
             transaction_id = NULL,
             process_status= 1 --(set it to Pending)
            where process_status = 3; --( error records)
6. Restart the (Resource) Cost Manager.
Pending Close Discrete Jobs:
Go into SQL*Plus as apps user / and run the following sql script:
wipcljob.sql
Use this script to Report a Range of Discrete Jobs for a specific Organization that cannot be Closed Due to Pending Transactions against them. This is a sql script which queries the database and generates output which shows the Transactions that are causing the problem. This script ONLY identifies data; it does NOT update or correct any data.
This script can also be downloaded here; Pending Jobs SQL Scripts Note 106242.1
Make certain that no workers are running and the Cost Manager has been taken down when running the update scripts.
In order for a job to be successfully closed, there must be NO Transactions for the job in WIP_MOVE_TXN_INTERFACE. If there are, then run the following script:
Use this script to find Pending Rows:
select   transaction_id,
            wip_entity_id,
            process_phase,
            process_status,
            wip_entity_name
           from wip_move_txn_interface
           where process_status in (1,3);
  (process status = 1 indicates Pending, 3 indicates "Error”)
update  wip_move_txn_interface
              set group_id=null,
              process_status=1,
              transaction_id=null
             where transaction_id=:p1;

There must be NO transactions for the job in WIP_COST_TXN_INTERFACE.
WIP_COST_TXN_INTERFACE contains information about cost transactions that WIP needs to process.
select    transaction_id,
            wip_entity_id,
            process_phase,
            process _status
            from wip_cost_txn_interface
           where process_status in (1, 3);

If there are transactions for the job, then run the following script:
update  wip_cost_txn_interface
             set group_id=null,
             process_status=1,
             transaction_id=null
            where transaction_id=;

There must be no transactions for the job in MTL_MATERIAL_TRANSACTIONS_TEMP.
The mtl_material_transactions_temp table is the Key for all material transactions. First make sure the Inventory Transaction Manager is running.
select   transaction_source_id ,
            inventory_item_id,
            process_flag,
            error_code,
            error_explanation,
            transaction_source_type_id,
            organization_id
            from mtl_material_transactions_temp
            where process_flag = 'E'
            and transaction_source_type_id=5; ( 5 = Job/schedule )

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