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Set up Delivery (Transit) Lead Times for ATP-able OR Non-ATP items to ship to customers (Doc ID 262124.1)

Last updated on JUNE 17, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Order Management - Version 12.1.3 to 12.1.3 [Release 12.1]
Oracle Global Order Promising - Version 12.0.3 and later
Oracle Shipping Execution - Version 12.2.6 to 12.2.6 [Release 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Verify the setups to offset dates using Delivery (or Transit) Lead Time from Warehouse to Customer Site during the calculation of the Scheduled Arrival Date for Order Date Type = Ship OR Schedule Ship Date for Order Date Type = Arrival in a sales order line.

If Order Date Type - Ship, then we add the Transit Time to the Scheduled Ship Date to get the  Scheduled Arrival Date
If Order Date Type - Arrival, then we subtract Transit Time from the Scheduled Arrival Date to get the Scheduled Ship Date for the order line.

This works for ATPable and Non-ATP items.
The code called to calculate the delivery lead time is owned by the ATP application.
We do not perform Available to Promise calculations for Non_ATP items, just calculate the delivery lead time.

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In this Document
 Option 1 - Internal Location Assigned to the Customer
 Option 2- Regions and Zones Setup - 11i and above
 Delivery Lead Time Not Working ?? - How to Check if your Customer is mapped properly to Region OR Zone
 Using Calendar Functionality for Transit Time Calculations
 Intransit Lead Time for Internal Sales Orders Between Orgs
 Reference Information on Regions and Zones Setup
 Notes on Sourcing and Region Level Sourcing

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