Distribution Cubing Logic Fails to Handle Cubes With Decimals Extending Beyond 2 Digits After Decimal Point and Generates Over-Sized Pick Labels
(Doc ID 2023673.1)
Last updated on APRIL 10, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Retail Warehouse Management System - Version 13.2 to 13.2.8 [Release 13.2]
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While using meters as the unit of measure for length, width and height, cubing logic fails to handle cubes with decimals extending beyond 2 digits after decimal point and thus generating higher volume pick label that the box cannot handle.
Steps to Recreate:
- Create multiple distros as follows
DISTRO: 103197: QTY: 2 ITEM: 695866000000
DISTRO: 103198: QTY: 3 ITEM: 704133000000
DISTRO: 103199: QTY: 2 ITEM: 704135000000
DISTRO: 103200: QTY: 17 ITEM: 696202000000
DISTRO: 103201: QTY: 12 ITEM: 704133000000
DISTRO: 103202: QTY: 7 ITEM: 704133000000
- The container length, container width and container height in CONT_TYPE should be 0.54, 0.34 and 0.34 respectively.
- Assign U pick to the items
- Run distribution
- Check what the system generated in the table pick_directive, a label that has several items and a total cube of items has the cube of the box.
- Sum cube of PICK_DIRECTIVE table for one of the unit pick label is exceeding the cube in CONT_TYPE table which is 0.54 x 0.34 x 0.34 = 0.62424.
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