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FA: SCM: OM: Can GOP Consider The Source And Destination Subinventory For A Transfer Order? (Doc ID 2659718.1)

Last updated on MAY 15, 2020

Applies to:

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

Goal

On : 11.13.20.01.0 version, Order Promising

Can GOP consider the source and destination subinventory for a transfer order?


Customer wants to know if GOP can be configured to consider different lead times during the transfer order creation based on the origin and destination subinventory of the transfer order.


Business Requirement:
It has been defined one Inventory Organization with different subinventories, each sub-inventory has its own location.
When a transfer order is created to ship the goods from Inventory Organization 001 to Inventory Organization 002-Subinventory A, the schedule ship date of the transfer order line is 1 week before the request date.
When a transfer order is created to ship the goods from Inventory Organization 001 to Inventory Organization 002-Subinventory B, the schedule ship date of the transfer order line is 2 days before the request date.

The reason why there are two different lead times is because Subinventory A and Subinventory B represent two different locations, that have different lead times.

How can be possible to manage in GOP two different lead times for the previous two cases for the destination subinventories A and B?

Background:
Customer question is based on a new feature used by replenishment planning to identify the source a subinventory instead of an inventory organization introduced from 20A. Afterwards planning evaluates the transfer time using the sourcing rule. Now in sourcing rule there is a Enable for subinventory level planning flag.

Customer is wondering if GOP could consider this new capability introduced in the 20A as well.
 

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