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Batch Derivation - No sending batches found

I'm having a batch derivation error that I haven't figured out yet.

1 - Batch derivation happens at process order release - No problem, derivation happens no errors.

2 - The produced batch had characteristic values deleted when they shouldn't have been.

3 - Manual derivation was run to repopulate the produced batch with values from the raw material batch used in production

4 - Manual derivation fails with the error that no sender batches were found.

Manual derivation uses the same sending and receiving search procedures as used for derivation at process order release

Manual derivation works for other batches of this product and other materials. Manual derivation and derivation at order release are standard processes in place and have been in production for awhile. (Over a year)

All materials appear to be received and raw materials issued to order

Raw materials and batches show up in the batch where used list properly for the finished good. This is only a one-level product. The BWU list is very short. Basically a receipt of raw material, a re-pack process order and a GR for the finished product.

Screen print provided below: As you can see the earlier derivation from the process order release worked fine. (There are more characteristics listed in that derivation but I could only get a few on the screen. The key is that the earlier derivation worked) The raw material batch was not ever changed in the order.

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 05:56 PM

    We never did figure this particular issue out. We were forced to create an 89 inspection lot for the final product and reenter the results.

    Crag

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