PO Created from What-If DSD Allocation Displays Incorrect Import Country
Last updated on AUGUST 17, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 13.2.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
In Oracle Retail Allocation 13.2.6, a Purchase Order (PO) created from a What-If Direct Store Delivery (DSD) allocation displays an incorrect Import Country. When 'What-If' allocation is based on an item with Supplier Site that has a Country of Source identical to the Allocated Location (for example 'Norway'), following the completion and creation of the PO from the 'What-If' Allocation, it is expected that the 'Import Country' is Norway and 'Country of Sourcing' is expected to return as Norway. However, this is not the actual result; the Country of Sourcing is correctly set to Norway but the Import Country is set to Sweden.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Create a What-If Allocation DSD (direct to store) for an item that has a Supplier Site belonging to a country that is identical to the Origin Country of the Location or Store.
- Create the PO from the Allocation.
- Open the PO.
- The Import Country should be identical to the Item Location processed by the Allocation. The Country of Sourcing of the PO should be identical to the Item Supplier (or country ID of the Supplier Site).
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