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Thursday, February 3, 2011

Picking Batch Creation Through API ( wsh_picking_batches_pub.create_batch)

                                                                                                                

Below script will help you to create a Picking batch in the table WSH_PICKING_BATCHES through API named wsh_picking_batches_pub.create_batch. We have tested this script in Oracle Apps R12.1.1 instance.

Script:

SET SERVEROUTPUT ON;
Declare
l_return_status   VARCHAR2 (1);
l_msg_count       NUMBER (15);
l_msg_data        VARCHAR2 (2000);
l_count           NUMBER (15);
l_msg_data_out    VARCHAR2 (2000);
l_mesg            VARCHAR2 (2000);
p_count           NUMBER (15);
p_new_batch_id    NUMBER;
l_rule_id         NUMBER;
l_rule_name       VARCHAR2 (2000);
l_batch_prefix    VARCHAR2 (2000);
l_batch_info_rec  wsh_picking_batches_pub.batch_info_rec;

v_context         varchar2(100);


FUNCTION set_context( i_user_name    IN  VARCHAR2
                     ,i_resp_name    IN  VARCHAR2
                     ,i_org_id       IN  NUMBER)
RETURN VARCHAR2
IS
v_user_id      NUMBER;
v_resp_id      NUMBER;
v_resp_appl_id NUMBER;
v_lang         VARCHAR2(100);
v_session_lang VARCHAR2(100):=fnd_global.current_language;
v_return       VARCHAR2(10):='T';
v_nls_lang     VARCHAR2(100);
v_org_id       NUMBER:=i_org_id;
/* Cursor to get the user id information based on the input user name */
CURSOR cur_user
IS
    SELECT     user_id
    FROM       fnd_user
    WHERE      user_name  =  i_user_name;
/* Cursor to get the responsibility information */
CURSOR cur_resp
IS
    SELECT     responsibility_id
              ,application_id
              ,language
    FROM       fnd_responsibility_tl
    WHERE      responsibility_name  =  i_resp_name;
/* Cursor to get the nls language information for setting the language context */
CURSOR cur_lang(p_lang_code VARCHAR2)
IS
    SELECT    nls_language
    FROM      fnd_languages
    WHERE     language_code  = p_lang_code;
BEGIN
    /* To get the user id details */
    OPEN cur_user;
    FETCH cur_user INTO v_user_id;
    IF cur_user%NOTFOUND
    THEN
        v_return:='F';
       
    END IF;
    CLOSE cur_user;

    /* To get the responsibility and responsibility application id */
    OPEN cur_resp;
    FETCH cur_resp INTO v_resp_id, v_resp_appl_id,v_lang;
    IF cur_resp%NOTFOUND
    THEN
        v_return:='F';
       
    END IF;
    CLOSE cur_resp;
   
    DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE (v_user_id||' ' ||v_resp_id|| ' ' ||v_resp_appl_id);

    /* Setting the oracle applications context for the particular session */
    fnd_global.apps_initialize ( user_id      => v_user_id
                                ,resp_id      => v_resp_id
                                ,resp_appl_id => v_resp_appl_id);

    /* Setting the org context for the particular session */
    mo_global.set_policy_context('S',v_org_id);

    /* setting the nls context for the particular session */
    IF v_session_lang != v_lang
    THEN
        OPEN cur_lang(v_lang);
        FETCH cur_lang INTO v_nls_lang;
        CLOSE cur_lang;
        fnd_global.set_nls_context(v_nls_lang);
    END IF; --IF v_session_lang != v_lang

    RETURN v_return;
EXCEPTION
WHEN OTHERS THEN
    RETURN 'F';
END set_context;

BEGIN

DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('1');
--1. Set applications context if not already set.
v_context := set_context('&USERNAME','&RESPONSIBILITY',93);
IF v_context = 'F'
    THEN
        DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Error while setting the context');       
    END IF;
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('2');
MO_GLOBAL.init('ONT');

l_batch_info_rec.backorders_only_flag       := 'E';
l_batch_info_rec.existing_rsvs_only_flag    := 'N';
l_batch_info_rec.customer_id                := 6798;
l_batch_info_rec.order_header_id            := 9484;
l_batch_info_rec.from_scheduled_ship_date   := NULL;
l_batch_info_rec.organization_id            := 92;
l_batch_info_rec.include_planned_lines      := 'N';
l_batch_info_rec.autocreate_delivery_flag   := 'Y';
l_batch_info_rec.autodetail_pr_flag         := 'Y';
l_batch_info_rec.allocation_method          := 'I';
l_batch_info_rec.pick_from_locator_id       := NULL;
l_batch_info_rec.auto_pick_confirm_flag     := 'Y';
l_batch_info_rec.autopack_flag              := 'Y';
l_rule_id := 10;  -- Picking rule id from WSH_PICKING_RULES
l_rule_name := 'FL1 Manual'; -- Picking rule name from WSH_PICKING_RULES
l_batch_prefix := NULL;

wsh_picking_batches_pub.create_batch
       (
           p_api_version   => 1.0,
         p_init_msg_list => fnd_api.g_true,
         p_commit        => fnd_api.g_true,
         x_return_status => l_return_status,
         x_msg_count     => l_msg_count,
         x_msg_data      => l_msg_data,
         p_rule_id       => l_rule_id,
         p_rule_name     => l_rule_name,
         p_batch_rec     => l_batch_info_rec,
         p_batch_prefix  => l_batch_prefix,
         x_batch_id      => p_new_batch_id
       );

IF l_return_status = 'S' THEN
   DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line('Pick Release Batch Got Created Sucessfully '||p_new_batch_id);
ELSE
   DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line('Message count ' || l_msg_count);
   IF l_msg_count = 1 THEN
      DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line('l_msg_data '||l_msg_data);
   ELSIF l_msg_count > 1 THEN
   LOOP
      p_count := p_count+1;
      l_msg_data := FND_MSG_PUB.Get(FND_MSG_PUB.G_NEXT,FND_API.G_FALSE);
      IF l_msg_data IS NULL THEN
      EXIT;
      END IF;
      DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line('Message' || p_count ||'---'||l_msg_data);
      END LOOP;
      END IF;
END IF;
END;
/

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