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March 7, 2016

3/07/2016 08:58:00 PM

Move orders are formal requests to move material within the same inventory organization.

1) MTL_TXN_REQUEST_HEADERS:Move order headers, this stores the move order number in column (REQUEST_NUMBER).
It has a status, but this is not used as much as the lines status to drive functionality.

2) MTL_TXN_REQUEST_LINES: Move order lines, this is the one that drives most queries and status checks for the move order as each line can be transacted individually.

3) MTL_MATERIAL_TRANSACTIONS_TEMP:Pending material transactions table also called the transaction temporary table,
this holds allocations that act like reservations on inventory. An allocation is where you pick a specific item in inventory down
to the lot, locator, serial, revision to move, but you do not actually perform. the move yet.
1. Create move order:
Quantity: 10
Quantity Delivered: NULL
Quantity Detailed: NULL
Quantity Required: NULL
Line Status: 1 (Incomplete)

2. Approve move order:
Quantity: 10
Quantity Delivered: NULL
Quantity Detailed: NULL
Quantity Required: NULL
Line Status: 3 (Approved)

3. Allocate move order for full quantity:
Quantity: 10
Quantity Delivered: NULL
Quantity Detailed: 10
Quantity Required: NULL
Line Status: 3 (Approved)

4. Transact move order:
Quantity: 10
Quantity Delivered: 10
Quantity Detailed: 10
Quantity Required: NULL
Line Status: 5 (Closed)

NOTE:
When a move order is allocated, a corresponding record is inserted into the pending table (MTL_MATERIAL_TRANSACTIONS_TEMP as well as lot/serial tables if required).  When the move order is transacted, the record moves from the pending table to the history table (MTL_MATERIAL_TRANSACTIONS).

a) Example query for linking move orders with the pending table:

SELECT mmtt.transaction_temp_id,
  tol.organization_id,
  toh.request_number,
  toh.header_id,
  tol.line_number,
  tol.line_id,
  tol.inventory_item_id,
  toh.description,
  toh.move_order_type,
  tol.line_status,
  tol.quantity,
  tol.quantity_delivered,
  tol.quantity_detailed
FROM mtl_txn_request_headers toh,
  mtl_txn_request_lines tol,
  mtl_material_transactions_temp mmtt
WHERE toh.header_id = tol.header_id
 AND toh.organization_id = tol.organization_id
 AND tol.line_id = mmtt.move_order_line_id

b) Example query linking MTL_MATERIAL_TRANSACTIONS to the move order:

SELECT mmt.transaction_id,
  tol.organization_id,
  toh.request_number,
  toh.header_id,
  tol.line_number,
  tol.line_id,
  tol.inventory_item_id,
  toh.description,
  toh.move_order_type,
  tol.line_status,
  tol.quantity,
  tol.quantity_delivered,
  tol.quantity_detailed
FROM mtl_txn_request_headers toh,
  mtl_txn_request_lines tol,
  mtl_material_transactions mmt
WHERE toh.header_id = tol.header_id
 AND toh.organization_id = tol.organization_id
 AND tol.line_id = mmt.move_order_line_id
 AND toh.request_number = '&EnterMONumber'
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Since both move order transfer and sub-inventory transfer, both transfer items between sub-inventories, when are they used?
When should Move order transfer be used and when should move-order transfer be used?

The difference between the two is that with the Move Order you can generate paper work (Pick Slip). With the Subinventory Transfer there is no paper work. 
 
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