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E1: 49: Requirement to Display Shipment Route in Mapping Software through CafeOne (Doc ID 2545060.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 31, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Transportation Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



Customers using Transportation functionality have the requirements to link EnterprisOne with 3rd party mapping software (or similar visual route presentation software) using CafeOne and plot a shipment route from the origin address to the destination address.
This requirement is for single shipments or loads where the route of the entire load needs to be displayed as well as the individual routes of the individual load stops.
CafeOne already offers the functionality to link a single address or a From and To route mapping by passing a dynamic link with the address information to the 3rd party mapping software.
The problem is that currently there is no application in Transportation management that on one form only displays both, origin and destination with all the address detail required to link with CafeOne and to map a route.
For example for shipments, P4915, W4915B shows the city, state and zip code of the origin and destination, however the mapping would not be completely accurate as there is no exact street address.
In the same way for loads the Stop sequence screen, P4960, W4960D displays each stop of the load with the destination address, state and city, however there is no option to select the stops to display further information for each individual shipment.
The requirement would be to either enhance these forms to display additional address information or create a new form exit that would display both origin and destination address with all the address detail required for mapping a route.
Similar functionality does exist in Oracle Transportation Management, however some customers consider OTM too large for their requirements and prefer to use E1 Transportation management.



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