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FA: SCM: GOP: Explaining Request Dates Returned by GOP When Using CheckAvailability Web Service. (Doc ID 2596227.1)

Last updated on JULY 15, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Global Order Promising Cloud Service - Version 11.13.20.01.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

This note describes the RequestDateTime attributes returned by GOP checkAvailability web service, the following example illustrates this:

Promise Type = Ship

Request DateTime: 25th Sept 19:59 UTC = 26th Sept 03:59 CT (UTC + 8 Hours ) (in ShipOrg timezone)
ExpectedShipDate returned by GOP: 25th Sept 15:59 UTC = 25th Sept 23:59 CT (UTC + 8 Hours ) (in ShipOrg timezone)

Expectation is that GOP should return : 26th Sept 15:59 UTC (26 Sept 23:59 UTC +8)

When testing for US shipping org, the following observations was observed:

RequestedDateTime = August 22 09:00 UTC = August 22 05:00 (local time at shipping organization)
Expected Ship Date = August 22 23:59 (local time at shipping organization) = August 23 03:59 UTC
 

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