Clarification of Due Order Processing Algorithm (Doc ID 2001824.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 11, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 14.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

1) How does due order processing work?
 
2) Considering the below scenarios with mixed Min/Max and Dynamic items that are both sourced from the same Supplier, how is the order due calculated?

 InventoryMinMaxASOESO"Need"
Item A 3 5 10     2
Item B       2 1 -1
Total 9 10 20     1

 

 InventoryMinMaxASOESO"Need"
Item A 3 5 10     2
Item B       4 1 -3
Total 9 10 20     -1

 
3) In the above examples, where one item is on Min-Max and the other is on Dynamic, the data will be different. Acceptable stock out (ASO) and estimated stock out (ESO) are only available for the item on Dynamic. There is neither ASO nor ESO data available for the Min Max item.  What will Due Order Processing do in the case where there are items on both Min-Max and Dynamic? What will be the calculation?
 

Solution

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