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How to import serial numbers in document lines via DTW (Data Workbench T)

Hi all,

I didn't succeed to upload serials numbers in a Goods Receipt Stock Transaction (Draft)

I use the DTW oDrafts Object

With the following data

Documents

Recordkey DocObjectCode

1 59

Documents_lines

Recordkey LineNum ItemCode WarehouseCode Quantity

1 0 A0100 WH1 2

SerialNumbers

Recordkey BaseLineNumber LineNum InternalSerialNumber

1 0 0 NS001

1 0 0 NS002

Whatever the values in LineNum, the result is always the same

only the last serial in uploaded, ie NS002

please help

thanks a lot

Christian

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2009 at 11:09 AM

    Hi CHRISTIAN SCARATO,

    Enter the Base Line Number in serial no. as the Line Num of Document Lines and run the file. (Do not put default 0)

    Regards,

    Datta Kharat

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      Hi,

      Sorry but I am having a similar problem and this thread is confusing me. Are you saying that the improt worked without populating "BaseLineNumber" at all?

      I am importing one GRPO with many lines and one serial number per line so i have something like :-

      (These are the templates for the first two lines for example)

      Documents

      RecordKey

      1

      DocumentsLines

      RecordKey LineNum

      1 0

      SerialNumbers

      RecordKey LineNum BaseLine InternalSerialNumber

      1 0 0 JBL123

      1 1 0 JBL456

      Can you please tell me what i'm doing wrong?

      i'm getting the error : -" PDN WhsCode Line 1: The selected quantities of batch/serialnumbers is greater than the open quantity"

      Your help is appreciated,

      Greeshma

      Edited by: Greeshma Gulab on Feb 1, 2010 2:39 PM

      Edited by: Greeshma Gulab on Feb 1, 2010 2:40 PM

  • Posted on Dec 22, 2009 at 11:12 AM

    Hi

    Check this Note:814215 for ur problem

    Giri

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