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FA: SCM: OM: How to create an Orchestration Process with no Schedule Step - Global Order Promising (GOP) Call? (Doc ID 2322257.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 01, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Order Management Cloud Service - Version 11.1.11.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
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Goal

This note describes how to customize an orchestration process to remove the schedule step so that the Global Order Promising (GOP) service is not called to schedule an order. This may be required when:

1. For a Standard Order both the Source Warehouse and the Scheduled Ship Date are known and are captured on the order.
1.1. The Scheduled Ship Date is set:
         When importing the order.
         Through a transformation Rule or order Management Extension
1.2. The Override Schedule flag is set:
         When Importing the order.
         Through a transformation Rule or order Management Extension
1.3. The Warehouse is set:
         When importing the order
         Through a transformation Rule or order Management Extension
         Manually entered on the order Entry UI

2. For a Drop Ship Order, the Supplier, Supplier Site and Scheduled Ship Date are known and are captured on the order.
2.1. The Scheduled Ship Date is set:
         When importing the order.
         Through a transformation Rule or order Management Extension
2.2. The Override Schedule flag is set:
         When Importing the order.
         Through a transformation Rule or order Management Extension
2.3. Supplier details are set:
        When importing the order
        Through a transformation Rule or order Management Extension
        Manually entered on the order Entry UI

Solution

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