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MSCA / WMS Function Keys -[ID 275915.1]

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Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version: 11.5.9 and later   [Release: 11.5 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document includes all versions of Oracle EBS 11i and R12
MSCA WMS default_key.ini

Goal

Describe the standard mobile key mappings and what they mean in MSCA and WMS.

Solution

SUMMARY
Various functions that control navigation, provide information, and perform. certain actions may be mapped to Control A through Control Z and F1 through F4 using the default_key.ini file. See the MSCA Server Configuration and Administration Guide for how to perform. this mapping. With the understanding that the keys maybe different on a given device and that keys can be customized according to the MSCA Server Configuration and Administration Guide, the following is a basic overview of the keys, the basic mapping and a description.

WMS USERS GUIDE
According to the WMS User's Guide, navigation in MSCA and WMS is specific to the user's specific keyboard and mobile device. See pages B-3 and B-4 in the user's guide for this explanation. Here is a snippet:

From WMS Users Guide 11i > 115WMSUG.pdf, Page B-3 and B-4 discuss navigation:
How to Navigate the MSCAs Telnet Interface
Navigating MSCA requires that you use a variety of keys on your keyboard. The
following figure provides the basic navigation commands for using MSCAs in a
telnet session.
Note: Navigation for different hand-held devices might deviate
from the telnet navigation described in this section. Check the
specific mobile device instructions about how to navigate vendor
devices.

LIMITATIONS
There are limitations to the shortcut keys especially around F3 and F4.  These function keys are designed to work in very specific scenarios and do not allow back and forth navigation everywhere.  For example, one cannot go back to the first line of a Purchase Order (PO) while entering the second line.  This limitation was documented in Enhancement Request Bug.3595306.

SHORTCUT KEY / FUNCTION KEY LIST
Here is a list of the most common shortcut/function keys and their meanings.

Action: Help
Default Key: F1
Description: Display the keys that functions have been mapped to. This screen can be exited by pressing the key mapped to the Back function.

Action: Menu
Default Key: F2
Description: Used to return to the last menu and cancel any transaction that has not yet been committed.

Action: Back
Default Key: F3
Description: Used to navigate to previous page displayed within a transaction. This key will also exit out of the Help Menu or a list of values.
** The functionality of this key is mobile transaction form. dependent.  Some forms may use the F3 key to go back.  However, this may not be available in all forms.

Action: Forward
Default Key: F4
Description: Used to navigate to next page of display within a transaction. The same caveats pertain to Next Page as Previous Page as noted in F3. 

Action: Clear
Default Key: Control-K
Description: Used to clear the field of any input.

Action: LOV
Default Key: Control-L
Description: Used to display the list of available values for a field.

Action: Main Menu
Default Key: Control-N
Description: Used to return to the main menu of a responsibility and cancel any transaction that has not yet been committed.

Action: Message
Default Key: Control-B
Description: Used to display the long description of a message that has appeared on the status bar.

Action: Toggle
Default Key: Control-Z
Description: Used to toggle between options in a list field.
(Note that I have also seen Control-Z mapped to disconnect Telnet session. This immediately prompts the user to cancel the current connection.)

Action: Show Field
Default Key: Control-A
Description: Used to show the current field on the entire page in the case that the field runs off the screen.

Action: Hot Key
Default Key: Esc
Description: Used in conjunction with a button's accelerator key to press that button from anywhere on the page.

Action: Page Up
Default Key: Control-D
Description: Used to retrieve the previous page of information.

Action: Page Down
Default Key: Control-C
Description: Used to retrieve the next page of information.

Action: Generate
Default Key: Control-G
Description: Used on a particular field in Inventory and WMS (e.g., lot number, serial number, license plate number) to generate a new number.

Action: Skip Task
Default Key: Control-S
Description: Used on the task page to skip the current task.

Action: About
Default Key: Control-X
Description: Used to invoke an 'About' page that lists details of the current connection that could be useful in debugging problems.

Action: Flex Popup
Default Key: Control-F
Description: Used to bring up the segment-by-segment entry screen for a flexfield on the mobile user interface.

References

BUG:3595306 - TELNET F3 DOES NOT WORK WHEN IN PO RECEIPT NEXT ITEMS OPTION
NOTE:189544.1 - F2 and F3 Function Keys Not Working In MSCA Telnet Session
NOTE:330548.1 - Oracle OPM Mobile : how to map The Done And Next Function with Hot Keys?
Oracle® Mobile Supply Chain Applications: Installation and Implementation Guide

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