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Cloud WMS/LogFire Transactions Sequence Using Group Number Confirmation (Doc ID 2461238.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Management Enterprise Edition Cloud Service - Version 8.0.0 to 9.0.0 [Release 8.0.0 to 9.0.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : WMS 9.0.0 version, Documentation

Oracle Cloud WMS transactions sequence using Group Number Confirmation

Customer is integrating Oracle Cloud WMS with Oracle Cloud ERP systems using ICS interfaces. They configured the outbound interfaces configuration to generate the files from inventory transactions history folder for every 3 minutes . "IHT"
The files are generating as expected but they are having some concerns regards IHT Group Number dependency.

Customer is having following questions for IHT Group Number logic. Please assist us with following scenario -->

1. Is the group number is unique across the instance?

2. When actually group number will generated in LogFire? Is it when the transaction is created ? or when the record moved to audit table (inv history table) or when the outbound interface generates file?

3. Can we safely assume that, the group number is always in sequence?

4. Does one group number have only one type of transactions records ? e.g. one group have only sub-inventory transaction records and another group have only shipment confirmation transaction records etc.. ?

5. Specific the kitting and sub-inventory transfer - first we do sub-inventory transfer from REC to Stock , then STOCK to WIP , then we do kitting and again transfer to STOCK with same serial number. Are there any chance if the same group number will have 3 sub-inventory transfer ?
  (two before kitting and one after kitting) (RECSTOCK WIP after kitting  STOCK )?

6. In the file generated by WMS outbound interfaces , always generate files based on first come first out basis ? that means, if I look the transactions based on the group number and line seq number, the transactions always in a sequence order and never have dependency issue?


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