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Merchandise Hierarchy Defaults - Tickets/Seasons/Locations/Documents Cannot Be Made Unavailable (Doc ID 2410035.1)

Last updated on JUNE 13, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 16.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When Tickets/Seasons/Locations/Documents options are set as unavailable in Merchandise Hierarchy defaults at the Subclass level, the options are still visible when an item is created for the respective Subclass.
It works properly when options Image/Timelines/HTS/ETT/Import Attributes are set as unavailable at the Subclass level.


Steps to recreate:

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Create an item in a Department for which there is no Merchandise Hierarchy Default (even only at the Subclass level).
2. See that, in “More Actions”, these options are all available:
• Tickets
• Seasons
• Locations
• Image
• Documents
• Timelines
• HTS
• Eligible Tariff Treatments
• Import Attributes
3. Create an item in a Subclass for where there are the following Merchandise Hierarchy Defaults:
• Tickets – Unavailable
• Seasons – Unavailable
• Locations – Unavailable
• Image – Unavailable
• Documents – Unavailable
• Timelines – Unavailable
• HTS – Unavailable
• Eligible Tariff Treatments – Unavailable
• Import Attributes – Unavailable
4. See that, in “More Actions”, these options are still available while they should be unavailable:
• Tickets
• Seasons
• Locations
• Documents
5. On another hand, see that the functionality works properly for:
• Image
• Timelines
• HTS
• Eligible Tariff Treatments
• Import Attributes
6. In addition, create an item in a Subclass for which there is no Merchandise Hierarchy Default (but there is Merchandise Hierarchy Defaults set up for another Subclass in the same Department.
7. See that, in “More Actions”, these options are not available while they should be available:
• Image
• Timelines
• HTS
• Eligible Tariff Treatments
• Import Attributes

Cause

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