Thursday, February 24, 2011


Below post will give you the details about the pick release status
Instance: 11i or R12
Possible Values:
B: Backordered- Line failed to be allocated in Inventory
C: Shipped -Line has been shipped
D: Cancelled -Line is Cancelled
N: Not Ready for Release -Line is not ready to be released
R: Ready to Release: Line is ready to be released
S: Released to Warehouse: Line has been released to Inventory for processing
X: Not Applicable- Line is not applicable for Pick Release
Y: Staged- Line has been picked and staged by Inventory
Delivery line statuses in detail
 Not Applicable (Code X)  
The delivery line can be invoiced 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. This happens when the order line is manually imported into Oracle Shipping Execution using the Import Delivery Line concurrent process or the corresponding order line 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:
1.       Created move order headers and lines.
2.       Found available quantity and created inventory allocations.
3.       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 sub-inventory to staging sub-inventory.  It remains staged until ship confirm.
 Backordered (Code B)
Some of the circumstances that can causes this status are listed below
Ø  Pick release has processed the delivery line and cannot find the entire quantity.  This typically occurs when the Oracle Inventory indicates that there is not enough material (either because there is not enough material or because the inventory balance is incorrect).  
Ø  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.
Ø  This typically occurs when the material that you want to ship:
1.       Has become unavailable, for example, damaged, between picking and shipping.
2.       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.
  Shipped (Code C)
  The delivery line’s delivery is ship confirmed and posted as in-transit, 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.

12 Responses to “WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS.RELEASED_STATUS ( Pick Release Status)”

Anonymous said...
April 23, 2012 at 1:30 AM


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2012 at 9:47 PM

Nice Info!

Anonymous said...
December 19, 2012 at 10:54 PM


Singamaneni Venkat

Anonymous said...
December 24, 2012 at 4:39 AM

It's nice information. thanks

Unknown said...
August 16, 2013 at 3:43 AM


Anonymous said...
August 27, 2013 at 12:55 AM

Thanks for the post

Anonymous said...
February 11, 2014 at 7:54 AM

Great information!

Unknown said...
March 19, 2014 at 4:43 AM


and ( exists (select 1 from wsh_delivery_details where released_status in ('B','C','D','N','L','Y') and source_header_id=ooha.header_id and source_line_id=oola.line_id))

chintoo said...
January 18, 2018 at 2:40 PM

sick of seeing this stupid girl "Sridevi Koduru" in all the apps blogs. Could the admin remove her from the list

Anonymous said...
February 13, 2018 at 12:54 PM


Anonymous said...
July 4, 2022 at 3:53 AM


శిరీష్ said...
March 19, 2023 at 5:20 AM

SELECT sysdate,wpb.last_update_date PICK_RELEASED_DATE,wdd.released_status,flv.meaning,oel.ordered_item,oel.ordered_quantity,wnd.waybill
FROM wsh_delivery_details wdd,
oe_order_lines_all oel,
wsh_picking_batches wpb,
fnd_lookup_values flv, wsh_new_deliveries wnd, wsh_delivery_assignments wda
WHERE wpb.batch_id(+) = wdd.batch_id
--AND wdd.released_status IN ( 'S', 'Y', 'C' )
AND wdd.released_status=flv.lookup_code
AND flv.lookup_type in ('PICK_STATUS')
AND wdd.source_code = 'OE'
AND wdd.source_line_id = oel.line_id
and wnd.delivery_id(+)=wda.delivery_id
and wdd.delivery_detail_id=wda.delivery_detail_id
AND oel.header_id in (select header_id from oe_order_headers_all where order_number='1556619')

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